High school students have the opportunity to compete in teams in a single elimination science bowl or attend three different presentations across campus. In the past an average of 500 students per year have come from all around the region to participate. Students are able to learn and explore aspects of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics on a campus setting with SFU students, faculty, and local professionals. Students also have the opportunity to showcase the skills and knowledge that they have learned in their high-school classrooms and compete with other schools in the science bowl.
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Student Registration Deadline - Friday, November 4, 2016
During this Science Day we surveyed our participants (500+ students from 33 high schools from seven counties) to learn about the common use of technology among the young generation these days.
Out of 257 students who participated in the survey:
The most common computer skill that students use at schools is the use of Microsoft Word, as 55 out of 257 participants (21.4%) indicated. This skill in used in language and literature classes. The second most common area in which computer skills are required is video production: 7.8%. Only 4% of students indicated that they use their computer skills in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Calculus and AP History.
Science Day registration closed on Friday, November 4. Any questions should be
directed to Dr. Peter Skoner, firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Science
Outreach Center at ScienceOutreach@francis.edu.
Thank you for your interest!
Saint Francis University is pleased to announce the Science Day Mannequin Challenge. The rules are simple. Examples of the Challenge are easily found online with Michelle Obama, celebrities, sports teams, and school students. One example of "physics learning at its best" from my class can be found on the Science Outreach Center Facebook page. A second example, of "physics learning at its worst" will be shared with you at Science Day.
If your students would like to participate, please follow the special instructions for this competition below. You could even host a competition at your school this week if there is interest, and select the best from your school.
Each high school can submit only one video. The maximum time for the video is 30 seconds. The entrants will be judged by Saint Francis University students and faculty with the criteria of: 1. Science content (science concepts of any sort can be captured during the viewing)2. Creativity (interesting to the viewer, catches your attention)3. Humor (makes you laugh or at least smile)4. Appropriateness (nothing unsafe, illegal, vulgar, or against your school policies). By submitting videos, you give permission for the winning videos to be shared on the Saint Francis University Science Day home page, the Science Outreach Center Facebook page or other Saint Francis University media, and submitted to local media outlets for their possible distribution. Submit your videos by 12:00 Noon on Monday, November 21, 2016. Submit them on You Tube, and share the link with us at ScienceOutreach@francis.edu and email@example.com. And please let us know if you have any questions.
Registration materials for the next Science Day will be sent electronically to those teachers who have participated in past years. If you are a teacher and would like to register yourself and your students to attend please download the registration forms to the right (available after registration opens) or contact Dr. Pete Skoner at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Science Outreach Center at ScienceOutreach@francis.edu or 814-472-3878.
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