Family Science Night volunteer signup 2018-2019
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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 activitiesFORMAT
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Waunakee Public Library (WAUNAKEE)Courtney Cosgriff (ccosgriff@waupl.org, 6088502533)301 Community Drive, WaunakeeSaturday, April 27, 201910:00 AM - 1:00 PM9:00 AMSTEM Day showcases a variety of organizations from all STEM fields. This will be our 4th Annual!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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1Sydney Jupitz/UW Medical Physics Departmentjupitz@wisc.eduUltrasound, Radiation, Medical ImagingNN
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2BadgerBOTSjtaylor@badgerbots.orgLEGO Robots
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3Discovery Outreachjbuckner@morgridge.orgGravityYYActivity needs a great area of space. Will be brigining a large circualr object.
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4Madison Area Herpetological SocietyEvents@madisonherps.orgReptiles & Amphibians
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John Muir Elementary (WEST SIDE)Kimberly Cowles (kncowles@gmail.com, 608-250-0031)6602 Inner Drive, MadisonFriday, May 3, 20195:30pm - 7:30pm5:00 PM"Our school's family Science Night, Muireka!, combines student science projects (in one gym) with short, hands-on science activities run by volunteers (in the other gym). Families move from one gym to the other, participating in the booth activities and visiting student posters."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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1Jerrod Bucknerjbuckner@morgridge.orgGravityYYActivity needs a great area of space. Will be brigining a large circualr object.
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2Sydney Jupitz/UW Medical Physics Departmentjupitz@wisc.eduUltrasound, Radiation, Medical ImagingNN
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3Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center (Jessie Knackert)jtknackert@wisc.eduStem cell learning lab (Need two tables and a power outlet)NoNo
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4Madison West Rocket Clubckamke@madison.k12.wi.usPnuematic Rockets
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5Aldo Leopold Nature Center
cara@aldoleopoldnaturecenter.org
Skins, Skulls, and Scat
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6Madison Area Herpetological SocietyEvents@madisonherps.orgReptiles & Amphibians
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7BadgerBOTS Robotics - Johanna Taylorjtaylor@badgerbots.orgLEGO RobotsnnThis activity works best on table top or on lunch tables. Each robot will need 2-3 feet of workspace as the robot drives back and forth. We are able to bring up to 12 LEGO robot sets so please let us know about how much space you would have for us/how many bots we should bring.
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8Hillary Mitchell Warden/Amber Lim - UW Chem Depthillary2@wisc.eduCrystal ChemistrynonoActivity requires an electric plug in
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Shorewood Hills Elementary School (WEST SIDE)Tracy Koziol (tracykoziol@gmail.com, 3127520985)1105 Shorewood Blvd, MadisonThursday, May 23, 20196:30pm - 8:00pm6:00 PMThis event will be our school's annual Family Science Night. We invite our community and families to come to our school to see and learn about various science topics.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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1George Rothdrakerothdrake@zoho.com
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2Kara Vogel (MERI)krvogel@wisc.edunn
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3Discovery Outreachjbuckner@morgridge.orgGravityYYActivity needs a great area of space. Will be brigining a large circualr object.
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4Gordon Petersongpeterson@chem.wisc.eduCrystal Chemistry
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PAST EVENTS
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Madison Children's Museum (DOWNTOWN)Kia Karlen (kkarlen@madisonchildrensmuseum.org, 6083540541)100 N Hamilton Street, MadisonFriday, October 12, 20186:00-9:00 pm4:30 PMFree family night at Madison Children's Museum as part of the Wisconsin Science Festival "Science on the Square" event. We would love to have any activity tables, demos, presentations, etc., aimed at an elementary age range.8 to 104:30 PM
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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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1George/Geology Museumrothdrake@zoho.com
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2What's Eating My Plants?elarson23@wisc.eduexploring samples with microscopesNoNoWe need to be close to outlets to plug in microscopes.
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3UW Society of Women Engineers (SWE)bbontje@wisc.edu
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4Veterinary Medical Outreach Organizationhlmartin4@wisc.eduAnatomy Adventuresnono
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5Adult Role Models in Science (ARMS)climberg@wisc.eduNoNo
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Lussier Community Center (WEST SIDE)Derrick McVicker (dmcvicke2@gmail.com, 608-234-0199)55 S Gammon Rd, Madison, WI 53717Thursday, October 25, 20185:00 PM - 7:30 PM4:00 PMHalloween themed family science night5 to 74:00 PM
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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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1Jerrod Bucknerjbuckner@morgridge.orgChromatographyNY
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3Wisconsin MRSECmstilwell@wisc.eduCrystals and EpitaxyI will need access to electricity.
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4Wha't Eating My Plants?elarson23@wisc.eduSamples and microscopesNNWe need to be close to outlets to plug in microscopes.
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5UW Medical Physicsaeli.olson@wisc.eduUltrasound & radiation
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6BioTrek Science Outreahkkupfer@wisc.eduMicropipettes - The Squirtguns of ScienceNN
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7Health Professions Society (HPS)lvetro@wisc.eduY
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8McPherson Eye Research Institutekedwards22@wisc.eduDifferent Ways of SeeingNN
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Are you Smarter than a Monkey? (iPad cognition game)
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Marquette Elementary (EAST SIDE)Erika Hagen (ewarkentien@yahoo.com, 608-235-7864)1501 Jenifer St, MadisonRESCHEDULED-dateTBD6:00pm - 7:30pm5:30 PMKids kindergarten - 5th grade and their families will visit stations set up around the gym to learn about difference science exhibits8 to 105:30 PM
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Madison College STEM Centersmgamble1@madisoncollege.edu
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Madison Children's Museum (DOWNTOWN)Kia Karlen (kkarlen@madisonchildrensmuseum.org, 608-354-0541)100 N Hamilton Street, MadisonSaturday, October 27, 201810:00 AM - 4:00 PM9:00 AM"Family Halloween event for ages 2-10 with science activity stations throughout the museum. Sign up for 10 am-noon, noon-2 pm, 2-4 pm, or a double block of 4 hours. Costumes encouraged!"5 to 79:00 AM
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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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1UW Society of Women Engineers (SWE)bbontje@wisc.edu10am-Noon
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2Adult Role Models in Science (ARMS)climberg@wisc.eduSlimeNoNo2-4pm
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3Alpha Chi Sigma (AXS)dgolner@wisc.edu
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4Madison Area Herpetological Societyevents@madisonherps.orgReptiles and AmphibiansReptiles & Amphibians
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Schenk Elementary School (EAST SIDE)Heather Daniels (schenkpto@gmail.com, 608-213-0238)230 Schenk St, MadisonThursday, November 15, 20186:00 PM - 7:30 PM5:30 pm (or earlier upon request)"2nd Annual Schenk Science Night. Hands-on exploration stations for kids and their families (K-5). This event is happening on the same night as parent teacher conferences. It was a very busy event last year. Schenk's population is very diverse, and approx. 70% of children have free or reduced lunch. Volunteers are welcome to stay for a quick pizza dinner following the event."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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1Jerrod Bucknerjbuckner@morgridge.orgChromatographyNY
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2Alpha Chi Sigma (AXS)dgolner@wisc.edu
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3Jessica Knackert/Wisconsin National Primate Research Centerjtknackert@wisc.eduWisconsin National Primate Research CenterNPerhaps (for one other person only). We also need two tables and a power source nearby for the Primate Center, please.
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4Trevor Schell - UW School of Medicinetschell2@wisc.eduPreventable Diseases and Our Organsnn
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5Madison College STEM Centersmgamble1@madisoncollege.eduStrawberry DNA ExtractionNN
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6Andrew Greenberg (CBE)andrew.greenberg@wisc.eduFluid MechanicsY
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7Kendall Kupfer - BioTrekkkupfer@wisc.eduDNA braceletsNNWater
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8Madison Area Herpetological SocietyEvents@madisonherps.orgReptiles & Amphibians
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9Exploring Service in Science coursejessica.teslaa@wisc.eduNNNeeds water access
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10Steven Queoffsqueoff@wisc.eduGeology Museum
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Madison Children's Museum (DOWNTOWN)Kia Karlen (kkarlen@madisonchildrensmuseum.org, 6083540541)100 N Hamilton Street, MadisonSaturday, January 12, 201910:00 AM - 4:00 PM9:30 AMScience presenters can sign up for a 2-4 hour time slot between 10 am and 4 pmAmazing Animals Day: looking for science activity tables on animal topics. Drop-in activitiy tables for families with children ages 1-105 to 7
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** Looking for science activity tables on animal topicsVOLUNTEER 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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2Alex Singeralexcsinger@gmail.comOwl pellets
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