Extreme Science Saturdays at Lawrence Tech
The Department of Natural Sciences at Lawrence Technological University is
pleased to announce The first two Extreme Science Saturdays for fall
2012. These sessions will take place on Saturday September 15th and Saturday
September 22nd from 10 am to 12:30 pm. The program will start in room 319
of the Science Building. These Saturday programs are open to high schoolers
of all ages and free of charge. They are intended to give students a
brief introduction to various scientific topics through hands-on activities.
There are seven events scheduled for the fall of 2012 and seven events
scheduled for the spring of 2013 If you are interested in attending one of these
events please reserve a spot by contacting the Department of Natural
Sciences at Lawrence Technological University by phone at _248.204.3600_
(tel:248.204. 3600) or via email _nschair@ltu. edu_ (mailto:nschair@ltu. edu) .
All of the events will take place in the Science
Building on the campus of Lawrence Technological University.
Due to the large response to this program we have
expanded the number of students we can accommodate, thus if you have been
told that the session is full please contact the department of Natural
Sciences to find out if your student can be accommodated.
PLEASE NOTE: Because of safety concerns it is important to limit the
number of participants and may NOT be able to accommodate walk ins. Thus if you
are interested in attending it its important to register in advance.
AS A COURTESY if you are signed up for one of the sessions and know ahead
of time that you will not be attending please contact the Department of
Natural Sciences at Lawrence Technological University by phone at
_248.204.3600_ (tel:248.204. 3600) or via email _nschair@ltu. edu_
(mailto:nschair@ltu. edu) . and let us know you will not be attending. This will allow us to
contact those students that have been wait listed for that particular session.
For those planning on attending one of these sessions please note the
following laboratory safety rules so that your students will be adequately
prepared to work in the laboratory.
1. General Safety Rules: I agree to abide by the following rules at
No open-toed shoes or sandals are allowed to be worn in the laboratory.
Long hair must be adequately confined.
Bookbags shall be kept under desks or on the peripheral walls, out of the
footpath where they may cause people to fall or stunble.
Eye protection (safety glasses worn with or without street glasses) must
be worn at all times. Wearing contact lenses in the laboratory, with or
without safety glasses, is an unsafe practice and will not be allowed.
Horseplay and other acts of carelessness are strictly prohibited.
Chemicals and apparatus are not to be removed from the laboratory or
No food or beverages are to be brought into the laboratory or consumed
No tasting or smelling of chemicals are allowed.
I hope to see you there!
Dr. James Woodworth
_jwoodworth@ ltu.edu_ (mailto:jwoodworth@ltu. edu)