February 1, 2014 - March 1, 2014
10 a.m. to noon (Saturdays)
Collins and Olin Science Centers & Ford Hall
What is Saturday Explorations?
Saturday Explorations is for students in grades 4-8 with an interest in science and math, arts and humanities, or language and culture.Classes are held on five consecutive Saturday mornings for two-hours each. We welcome creative, curious and talented 4th to 8th grade students who would like to spend time with similar youth learning about a specific topic. Classes are kept small, usually a maximum of ten students per instructor.
Spring 2014 course selections are:
- Science Rotation: Discover the excitement of science with different lab-based science experiments each week. Topics in chemistry, biology, physics, geology, neuroscience, environmental science and forensics are explored. All classes include hands-on activities taught by enthusiastic Willamette University undergraduates who love science. Students are grouped by grade.
- Chinese Culture and Language: Are you interested in learning about contemporary Chinese life? Experience Chinese Culture and tradition, practice Chinese games, arts and crafts and learn Mandarin Chinese language in this fun and active class.
- Music Technology: Explore the world of music as a musicologist, a music theorist and a recording engineer in Willamette University's recording studio. Dissect and analyze well-known concertos; Use Garage Band to compose your own. Undergraduate music majors teach with supervision from university faculty.
- Robotics: Design, build and program a robot to race, 'sumo' wrestle and play songs which you compose. Use the Lego Mindstorms robots to practice and learn programming.
Download, print, read and complete the liability release form and bring it to the first day of class or mail it to the address below on or before January 24, 2014.
Registration deadline is
Sunday, January 26, 2014
To register by mail, download and print the registration form and the liability release form. Read, complete and mail both the registration and the liability release form with payment, your check made out to Willamette University, to:
Youth Programs Coordinator
900 State Street
Salem, OR 97301
Questions? Please call 503-370-6513 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholarships are available when tuition revenue allows. Contact Christine Speak regarding scholarship availability and application procedures.
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