Family Science Night volunteer signup 2016-2017
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PLEASE CHECK BACK FREQUENTLY TO SEE NEWLY POSTED EVENTS AS THEY COME IN THROUGHOUT THE SEMESTER.
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EVENTEVENT CONTACTAddressDate of eventTime of eventSet-up time beginning at:Special Requets/notes from schools:Any other information your presenters need to know about the eventNumber of requested activitiesFORMAT
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Midvale Elementary School (WEST SIDE)Amber Barmore (ambarmore@madison.k12.wi.us, 608-204-6733)502 Caromar Drive, MadisonTuesday, March 21, 20175:30pm - 7:00pm5:00 PMFamily science night for all ages! Event will provide families a chance to participate in short hands-on science activities.#NAME?8 to 10Short hands-on science activities that kids & families migrate through at will.
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VOLUNTEER NAME(S)/GROUP (one line PER activity please)VOLUNTEER EMAIL CONTACTACTIVITY (can be filled out later)Would you be interested in transporation from campus?Could your provide ride-share from and returning to campus (list # people)?
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Madison College - Stem Cells & Regen Med (Thomas Tubon)
tubon@madisoncollege.edunonoElectrical Outlet Access
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2Madison Area Herpetological Societyevents@madisonherps.orgReptiles & Amphibians
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3McPherson Eye Research Institutedubielzig@sbcglobal.netBe Wise and Shade Your EyesnonoElectrical Outlet Access; next to the wall, please; need 2 tables
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4UW Madison Microbiologyhillman.kai@gmail.combioluminescence, microbiology, and chromatographyNono2 tables please
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5WIPAC/IceCubeellie.feitlinger@icecube.wisc.eduice drilling, bean bag toss, coloring book,
south pole gear
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6ROSE project/ Midvale Latino parent groupsutterwa@gmail.comSinking and Floatingnono2 tables please, close to sink so we can fill 2L bottles with water
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7Discovery Outreach (Travis Tangen / Jerrod Buckner)ttangen@warf.orgWind Tunnelsnono2 tables please & electrical access
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Wingra School (WEST SIDE)Dawn Liska-Tollefson (dawn@wingraschool.org, 608-206-2953)718 Gilmore St, MadisonWednesday, March 22, 20175:30pm - 6:45*5:00 PMThis event is for students ages 5-14 and their families. From 5:30-6:30* families will migrate from station to station to complete the short hands on activities. Refreshments are available from 6:30-6:45 and then we will have a chemistry demonstration from 6:45-7:30. Volunteers are welcome to stay for the demonstration.8 to 10Short hands-on science activities that kids & families migrate through at will.
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VOLUNTEER NAME(S)/GROUP (one line PER activity please)VOLUNTEER EMAIL CONTACTACTIVITY (can be filled out later)Would you be interested in transporation from campus?Could your provide ride-share from and returning to campus (list # people)?
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1McPherson Eye Research Institutedsinha@wisc.eduBe Wise and shade your eyesNoYes (returning, 3)
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2McPherson Eye Research Institutevaliauga@wisc.eduBe Wise and shade your eyesNoYes (returning, 3)
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3Morgridge Institutejbuckner@morgridge.orgMicroscopyNoYes (returning, 4)
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EVENTEVENT CONTACTAddressDate of eventTime of eventSet-up time beginning at:Special Requets/notes from schools:Any other information your presenters need to know about the eventNumber of requested activitiesFORMAT
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Crestwood Elementary School (WEST SIDE)Rachel sauer (rmmeyer1@gmail.com, 6082763766), Nikki Tupesis (ntupesis@mac.com, 3129257846)5930 Old Sauk Rd, MadisonTuesday, March 28, 20176:00 PM - 8:00 PM5:00 PMWe have both scientists with tables of experiments or other demonstrations and then the children also have typically done something related to science and they have a poster explaining their project.5 to 7
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VOLUNTEER NAME(S)/GROUP (one line PER activity please)VOLUNTEER EMAIL CONTACTACTIVITY (can be filled out later)Would you be interested in transporation from campus?Could your provide ride-share from and returning to campus (list # people)?
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1McPherson Eye Research Institutedsinha@wisc.eduDifferent Ways of SeeingNoNo
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2Neuroscience Training Program Outreachtholtz@wisc.eduHolding human brain and learning about your brain and neuroscience
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notable, chairs and garbage can for used gloves
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MSCR Mendota CLC (NORTH SIDE)BillieJo Reisinger (breisingerve@madison.k12.wi.us, 608-204-7850)4002 School Road, madisonThursday, March 30, 20175:00 - 6:455:00 AM"We typically have tables set up around the gym where families and children can move between them. We appreciate hands on activities for kids to try or something with a take home idea or project.We will have dinner before hand beginning at 5 and ending at 530. Presentation stations will run from 530 to 630 and we will have a raffle at the end of the night."8 to 10
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VOLUNTEER NAME(S)/GROUP (one line PER activity please)VOLUNTEER EMAIL CONTACTACTIVITY (can be filled out later)Would you be interested in transporation from campus?Could your provide ride-share from and returning to campus (list # people)?
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1East HS Engineering Clubcchin@madison.k12.wi.usRobots and Sensors
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2Neuroscience Training Program Outreachtholtz@wisc.eduHolding human brain and learning about your brain and neuroscience
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notable, chairs and garbage can for used gloves
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3Alpha Chi Sigma cpavelec@wisc.eduTBDno
noone table, and access to a sink
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4McPherson Eye Research Institutektoops@gmail.comBe Wise and Shade Your Eyesno
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5Alex Singer, Madison Gem & Mineral Clubalexcsinger@gmail.comWhat's That Rock?no
noone table, one chair, access to outlet
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6Morgridge Institiute (Outreach)jbuckner@morgridge.orgTBDno
Yes 3Table
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MSCR Glendale Elementary (EAST SIDE)Mike Gibson (mcgibson@madison.k12.wi.us, 608-204-2391)1201 Tompkins Drive, MadisonTuesday, April 4th, 20175;30 PM - 7:30 PM17:00We will have small activity booths that families can try out from 5:30-6:45. At 6:45 we will have a science related performer.8 to 10
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VOLUNTEER NAME(S)/GROUP (one line PER activity please)VOLUNTEER EMAIL CONTACTACTIVITY (can be filled out later)Would you be interested in transporation from campus?Could your provide ride-share from and returning to campus (list # people)?
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1Neuroscience Training Program Outreachtholtz@wisc.eduHolding human brains and learning about your brain and nervous systemnonogarbage can for used gloves
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2Madison Area Herpetological Societyevents@madisonherps.orgReptiles & Amphibians
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3Ben Utrie/ Glendale parent
burtrie@hotmail.com / sutterwa@gmail.com
Squishy Circuitsnono
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4Raquel Marcedo/ Glendale parent
Rachellm52.rm@gmail.com/ sutterwa@gmail.com
Slime: Solid or LiquidnonoWill need access to sink for water
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EVENTEVENT CONTACTAddressDate of eventTime of eventSet-up time beginning at:Special Requets/notes from schools:Any other information your presenters need to know about the eventNumber of requested activitiesFORMAT
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McNeel Intermediate School (BELOIT, WI)Darsha Olsen (dolsen@sdb.k12.wi.us, 608-290-6057)1524 E. Frederick, BeloitWednesday, April 12, 20175:00 PM - 7:00 PM4 pm (somewhat flexible; may be able to accommodate earlier setup)"The McNeel STEAM Festival celebrates Science, Technolgy, Engineering, Art, and Math. Outside agencies, community groups, colleges and universities, and clubs come into our intermediate school to present hands-on activities and educational displays to students and families. Our students are from 4th - 8th grade, although we encourage students from the whole district to attend (4k+). My 8th grade leaders are also a part of the presentation team, and we typically have 50+ of these teenage-led tables. Last year's event was a great success - come be part of the fun! ""You're really making a difference by being a part of the McNeel STEAM Festival! Our students generally live in poverty (82% free and reduced lunch), include large numbers of minorities (often under-represented in these fields), and are enthusiastic about the experiences we can bring them. Please note that a longer presentation can be arranged as part of our festival, if you prefer that format."8 to 10Short hands-on science activities that kids & families migrate through at will.
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VOLUNTEER NAME(S)/GROUP (one line PER activity please)VOLUNTEER EMAIL CONTACTACTIVITY (can be filled out later)Would you be interested in transporation from campus?Could your provide ride-share from and returning to campus (list # people)?
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1Madison Area Herpetological Societyevents@madisonherps.orgReptiles & AmphibiansAccess to Electricity, hand sanitizer, or washrooms
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2McPherson Eye Research Institutemeflax@gmail.comDifferent Ways of Seeing
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3Amanda Heinsohn/UW Geology Museumheinsohn@wisc.eduMars MatchingNoNo
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MSCR @ Lake View Elementary (NORTH SIDE)Rachel Deterding, MSCR Director (rdeterding@madison.k12.wi.us, 608-204-4055)1802 Tennyson Ln., "Madison, WI 53704"Tuesday, April 18, 20176:00 PM - 7:30 PM5:30 PM"We are seeking community partners to come in and lead hands-on stations that kids/families can float between at their leisure. We have a school garden, outdoor classroom, school forest, and prairie that can be used for activities as well.""Please list materials and set up needed (table, extension cords, access to water, etc.)"8 to 10Short hands-on science activities that kids & families migrate through at will.
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VOLUNTEER NAME(S)/GROUP (one line PER activity please)VOLUNTEER EMAIL CONTACTACTIVITY (can be filled out later)Would you be interested in transporation from campus?Could your provide ride-share from and returning to campus (list # people)?
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Madison College - Stem Cells & Regen Med (Thomas Tubon)
tubon@madisoncollege.edunonoElectrical Outlet Access
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2East HS Engineering Clubcchin@madison.k12.wi.usRobots & Sensor Systems
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3Neuroscience Training Program Outreachtholtz@wisc.eduholding a human brain and learning about your brain and neurosciencenonotable, chairs and garbage can for used gloves
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4Maeda Labmarcos.oliveira@wisc.eduPigmentArtnono2 tables, 8 chairs
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5Alex Singer, Madison Gem & Mineral Clubalexcsinger@gmail.comWhat's That Rock?nono1 table, access to outlet
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6Megan Doughty, ARMS UW-Madisonmdoughty@wisc.eduNoYes, 3
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Immaculate Heart of Mary School (MONONA)Katherine Sporie (ksporie@ihm-school.org, 608-222-8831)4913 Schofield St, MononaThursday, April 20th 20175:30pm - 7pm4:00 PMFamily science night for grades pK-8. Students grades 4-8 will have completed a scientific inquiry with research and projects on display in the gym. Classrooms are open for groups to facilitate STEAM projects or present demonstrations as families migrate around the building. Short presentations can be scheduled with specific start and end times as needed.Up to ten classrooms available. Chairs and tables can be moved as needed. One large gathering space with the option of tables is available if desired.8 to 10
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VOLUNTEER NAME(S)/GROUP (one line PER activity please)VOLUNTEER EMAIL CONTACTACTIVITY (can be filled out later)Would you be interested in transporation from campus?Could your provide ride-share from and returning to campus (list # people)?
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1Madison Area Herpetological Societyevents@madisonherps.orgReptiles & Amphibians
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2Alpha Chi Sigma cpavelec@wisc.edu TBDnonoaccess to a sink
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3Amanda Heinsohn/UW Geology Museumheinsohn@wisc.eduMars MatchingNoNo
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