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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Shorewood Hills Elementary School (WEST SIDE)Tracy Koziol (tracykoziol@gmail.com, 312-752-0985)1125 Shorewood Blvd., Madison, WI 53705, MadisonFriday, April 28, 20176pm - 8pm5:00 PMThis will be the elementary school's Science Night. We are looking for scientists to come in to do hands on science for the students and families who attend the event. We will also be showcasing science experiments done by our elementary aged students.We plan on setting up in our school gym. We will have tables and chairs available.
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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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1Discovery Outreach, Val Blair vblair@morgridge.orgno no
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Madison College - Stem Cells & Regen Med (Thomas Tubon)
tubon@madisoncollege.edunonoElectrical Outlet Access
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3McPherson Eye Research Institutedubielzig@sbcglobal.netBe Wise and Shade Your Eyes
nonoElectrical Outlet Access; next to the wall, please; need 2 tables
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4UW Madison Microbiologyhillman.kai@gmail.comNematodes, bioluminescence, and homemade lava lampsNoNo2 tables please
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5West Rocket Clubckamke@madison.k12.wi.us
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Van Hise Elementar (WEST SIDE)silvia.bravo@icecube.wisc.edu (608-308-3003)246 S Segoe Rd, Madison, WI 53705Friday, April 28, 20176pm - 7:305:00 PMThis will be the elementary school's Science Night. We are looking for scientists to come in to do hands on science for the students and families who attend the event. We will also be showcasing science experiments, poems and videos about female scientists by our studentsWe plan on setting up in our school gym. We will have tables and chairs available.
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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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1IceCubeellie.feitlinger@icecube.wisc.eduno
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2Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (Laura Carlson)ltcarlson@wisc.eduAre you smarter than a monkey?No2 tables and power outlet
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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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John Muir Elementary School (WEST SIDE)Kim Cowles (kncowles@gmail.com, 608-250-0031)6602 Inner Drive, MadisonTuesday, May 2, 20175:30 PM - 7:30 PM5:00 PM"Our school's event, Muireka, includes science fair projects and posters completed by our students and hands-on science activities presented by outside volunteers. We strive to use the event to promote science in our school community, both in those families that can support their child in completing a project and those that can attend the event and experience the hands-on activities.""The hands-on activity portion of our event will be in our cafeteria gym. Thus, we have plenty of room for presenters to request one or more tables, wall space, and/or electrical outlets."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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2UW Madison Microbiologyhillman.kai@gmail.comNematodes, bioluminescence, and homemade lava lampsnono2 tables please
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3Neuroscience Training Program Outreachtholtz@wisc.eduHolding the human brain and other neuroscience learning activitiesnono2 tables, chairs, garbage can
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4Morgridge Institutejbuckner@morgridge.orgAerodynamicsYes
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5What's Eating My Plants? (WEMP)elarson23@wisc.eduPlants, microbes, and microscopesnonoelectrical outlets
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6Amanda Heinsohn/UW Geology Museumheinsohn@wisc.eduMars MatchingNoNo2 tables please!
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7Madison Area Herpetological Societyevents@madisonherps.orgReptiles & Amphibians
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Red Caboose School Age Program (EAST SIDE)Laurel Leggiere (lapham@redcaboosedaycare.org, (608) 204-4164)1045 E. Dayton St., Madison, Lapham ElementaryThursday, May 4th 20175:30pm - 6:30pm5:00 PMFamily science night with ice cream treats for a nonprofit afterschool program to promote family engagement.cafeteria based event1 to 3Short 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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1Biology Outreach Club- UW Madison
nettag11@gmail.com
UV-light powder, microbes, handwashing, microscopynono
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Sandburg Elementary School Safe Haven and Community Learning Center
Jeremiah Covington (jacovington@madison.k12.wi.us, 608-204-7952)
4114 Donald Dr, MadisonWednesday , May 10th, 20175:30pm - 7:00pm5:00-5:15pm
"Putting together an event to engage our families into Science. Sandburg does a bunch of projects both on site and off site that revolve around science, which is a strong interest for our students and families alike. "
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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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1Morgridge Institutejbuckner@morgridge.orgSteambots, Microscopy, AerodynamicsNoNo
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Gompers Elementary School
Maia Ouderkirk (maia@gomperspto.org, 608.358.6545)
1502 Wyoming Way, MadisonTuesday, 5/23/175:30pm - 7pm4:00 PMFamily Science Night at Gompers Elementary School - Families will gather to watch and participate in science-based demonstrations or hands-on activites. Each session should be a 20-30 minute presentation that may also include hands on activities; each session will be completed twice so families can rotate to two different activities.Locations depend on the presenters; in the past, classrooms were assigned, but larger areas can be available as needed.8 to 1030 minute or longer presentation to a group of people in a classroom
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*** 30 min presentations to families in a classroomVOLUNTEER 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.eduSession on neuroscience and the brain
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2Alex Singer, Madison Gem & Mineral Clubalexcsinger@gmail.comWhat's That Rock?nono
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3East HS Engineering Clubcchin@madison.k12.wi.usRobots, Driverless Cars, and Sensorsno
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Goodman Community Center (EAST SIDE)Angela Tortorice (angela@goodmancenter.org, 204-8035)149 Waubesa St., MadisonThursday, October 20, 20165:30 Dinner - 7:30 pm5:15 PM"The Goodman Community Center is hosting a Lights On Fall Festival to draw attention to the many ways afterschool programs support students by offering them opportunities to learn new things and discover new skills. This event is part of a nationwide event (Lights On Afterschool) launched in October 2000 celebrating afterschool programs and their important role in the lives of children, families, and communities.""This event will be held in a gym. Please let us know what supplies you might need (ie. tables, chairs, access to a sink, outlet, etc.). "7-MayShort 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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1Laura Carlson (UW-Madison Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center)ltcarlson@wisc.edustem cell learning labnono2 tables and an outlet
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2Alpha Chi Sigmacpavelec@wisc.eduDry Ice Activities
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Lussier Community CenterDerrick McVicker (Mcvicker2@wisc.edu, 608-234-0199)55 South Gammon Road, MadisonFriday, October 28th5:30 PM - 7:30 PM4:30 AMThis is an annual Halloween themed event with multiple science booths that children and parents can go to at their own pace. Dinner will be provided5 to 7Short 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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1Alpha Chi Sigmacpavelec@wisc.eduSpooky Fun with Dry Iceno
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2What's eating my plants?ana.fulladolsa@wisc.eduMicrobes and plants/pumpkin disease coloringnono
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3BadgerBOTS Robotics Team 1306sanja2099@gmail.comLego Robotsnono
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Lapham-Marquette Elementary (EAST SIDE)Ellison Bentley (ellison.bentley@gmail.com, 608-698-3486)1501 Jenifer St, MadisonThursday, November 3, 20166pm - 7:30 PM5:00 PMThis is a new event for our school-the goal is to increase awareness of science all around us by engaging kids in activitiesShort 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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1Tiffany Roberson, Sheida Pourdashti, Erica Calvachetroberson2@wisc.edu , pourdashti@wisc.edu, ecalvache@wisc.eduTo Be DeterminedYes
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2Madison East HS Engineering Clubcchin@madison.k12.wi.usFun with FlightN/A
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3The Wonders of Physicsmiturner2@uwalumni.comPlasma Balls, Van de Graaff Generator, Air CannonNoNo
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4SciMed GRS/ Yanna Williams and Jen Grauerkwilliams32@wisc.edu/jgrauer@wisc.eduapple preservation, pumpkin volcanoesNoYes
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5Courtney Lynch and Celia Glimeclynch5@wisc.edu cglime@wisc.eduTo Be DeterminedyesNo
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6Electrical Engineering Madison CollegeAEThompson2@madisoncollege.eduMostly robots
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7Women In Science and Engineering UW-Madisonmarwitz@wisc.eduNon-Newtonian FluidsYes!No
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8Nicole Perna, Sami Robertson and Jeremy Glasnerntperna@wisc.eduExtract Strawberry DNAnono
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Lindbergh Elementary School
Narvella Davis-Willis (nmdaviswilli@madison.k12.wi.us, (608) 695-1874)
4500 Kennedy Road, Madison, WI 53704, Madison
Tuesday, "November 22th, 2016"6:00 pm - 7:30 PM5:00 PMIt is our school's Science family Night5 to 7Short 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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1Emily Johnsonejohnson56@wisc.eduYes
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2The Wonders of Physicsmiturner2@uwalumni.comPlasma Ball WorkshopNo
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Tessa Sliwa/Ben Bachmeier (On behalf of Adult Role Models in Science)
sliwa@uwalumni.com/bach0274@umn.eduTBANoYes, 3
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4Siddarth Krishnakrishna3@wisc.eduNoYes, 2
I am the ARMS volunteer for Lindbergh - I'm working with Narvella on planning the activities
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Madison Children's MuseumKia Karlen (KKarlen@madisonchildrensmuseum.org, 608.354.0541)100 N. Hamilton St. , MadisonTuesday, "November 29th, 2016"5:30 PM - 7:30 PM16:30Family Science event at the museum for families from several community centers and schools.Some Spanish speakers would be great!5 to 7Short 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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1Tessa Sliwa/Ben Bachmeier (On behalf of Adult Role Models in Sciencesliwa@uwalumni.com/bach0274@umn.eduTBANoYes, 3
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2What's Eating My Plants?elarson23@wisc.eduMicrobes and PlantsNoNo
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3Alexis Hernandez Abrego (Biotrek)hernandezabr@wisc.eduDNA Bracelets yesno
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