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Please join Heidelberg University’s American Chemical Society (ACS) Chem Club for our first High School Science Day on Saturday, February 29th. This event is designed to expose high school students to different aspects of science - there is something to interest everyone! During the day, there will also be opportunities to speak with current Heidelberg students about their college life and to meet with the Admission Office.
There is no charge to participate in Science Day and lunch will be included. At the end of the day, participants will receive a free t-shirt and other swag. During lunch, students will have an opportunity to talk with faculty about life as a scientist.
Check-in begins at 9am with the first session starting at 9:30. The day will be run like an open house - sessions and panels will be running throughout the day and you can pick and choose which you'd like to attend. Students who stay the whole day will be able to attend seven sessions.
Athletes Who Dope and How to Catch Them
Causes of Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie
Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Aquatic Sciences
History of Birth Control
Blood Pressure Typing
Pure Science in STEM
Combating False Science
Women in STEM
Ripped from the Headlines
Careers in Science
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Student Research Projects
The Alaskan Experience
Antibiotic Development and Characterization
The National Institutes of Health and the programs they offer for students