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Home Blogs Laurie Ruberg GLOBE SATELLITES Students Headed to White House Science Fair

GLOBE SATELLITES Students Headed to White House Science Fair

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Written by lruberg45!
07 Feb 2012
GLOBE Super Science SaturdayTwo groups of SATELLITES students that Kevin P. Czajkowski, Professor, Geography and Planning at the University of Toledo, has worked with travel to the White House to be part of the White House Science Fair today, Tuesday, February 7, 2012. These students are active in the GLOBE research program.

You can follow the SATELLITES student experiences through their science mentor's blog posting today and tomorrow via Kevin Czajkowski's blog receives updates from the students and teachers.

A new feature at the White House Science Fair this year is that students can post their science fair project stories on the White House blog for others to read. Teachers and parents, let's get all our future scientists involved by posting their research project stories and discoveries at:http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2012/02/07/how-you-can-join-white-house-science-fair-virtually

Kevin Czajkowski reports that, "Suzan Shalhout (an elementary school student from Detroit) and her teacher Connie Atkinson are being sponsored by the Star Base program from Selfridge Air Force Base in Michigan. Last year when Suzan participated in the SATELLITES Conference at Penta Career Center in Perrysburg, Ohio, she had a great project on water quality in the Detroit area."

The second group is from Huntington High School in Huntington, West Virginia. The teacher is Rick Sharpe, who works with Todd Ensign, Program Manager for the NASA IV&V Educator Resource Center in Fairmont, West Virginia.

We'd love to hear from other educators who have helped mentor students in their GLOBE science research projects. Please use the COMMENT area below to tell us about your student research projects.

Related URL/ Weblink http://satellitesk12.org/?p=917
Last update (25 Feb 2012)


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