August 30, 2010
The Duke Center for Science Education, a multi-disciplinary effort to "bring science education resources and outreach to the university and the community" is hosting its first-ever Science Education Showcase on Sept. 20.
Ira Flatow, science journalist and host of NPR's "Science Friday" show will be the keynote speaker at 1:30 p.m. in Love Auditorium, Levine Science Research Center (LSRC). Before and after the talk, students, faculty and staff will be sharing hands-on activities and demos that they've developed with CSE. Some of these exhibits will also be making an appearance at the first-ever USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington Oct. 23 and 24. More on that in a later post.
You'll need a ticket to see Flatow. They're free, but you gotta have one. And you'd better hurry. Try the Bryan Center Box Office or online <http://www.tickets.duke.edu/>
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