Welcome to the Science is Fun Club
Mike Favara - President
Henry Shum - Web Services
Science Is Fun Demo Show and Bake Sale 2013 !
First of all, I wanted to thank everyone who participated in/spread the word about the bake sale/demo show last Wednesday - we couldn't have done it without you!! I hope everyone had an amazing time and we definitely got the word out - we can definitely have fun in science! (For those of you that weren't able to make it - you missed out! No worries though, there's always next year!) Now on to some really EXCITING news!! This Wednesday, 4/24 (tomorrow) during free hour (12:15 - 1:30pm) in Remsen 105 we are very very excited to welcome Professor John Lombardi from City College who will be speaking about art conservation and the role that science plays in the the art world. Yay!!!See? Didn't I tell you? Very exciting stuff!!! Now for a little background: Prof. Lombardi is a Cornell and Harvard alumnus that is, in addition to teaching and researching at City College, is currently working with other researchers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in helping develop new strategies to better conserve the amazing works of art. Come and join us and def bring a friend (or two or three)!!! Look forward to seeing you all there!!
Bake Sale/Demo Show on April 17 2013 during Free Hour 12:15pm @ Queens College! Come join us!
A lecture on Human Origins from 2 million year old trash from Kenya. Don't miss the club-sponsored lecture by Tom Plumer at 12:30 PM on 10/22/12, PH132 2012 HALLOWEEN SHOW scheduled for Oct 31, 2012, 12:30 PM is CANCELED as of now due to hurricane Sandy. New date will be posted soon.
Past EventsClick here for viewing photos from Feb 2011 Club Day event CHEMISTRY MAGIC SHOW
Membership InformationOpen to QC students. To join, email email@example.com
Preparations are going on for the Halloween 2012 event. NOTE: This event has to be rescheduled due to Hurricane Sandy. Watch for update.
About the ClubScience is Fun Club is part of Queens College student clubs. Any Queens College student interested in science can join the club and participate in the mission of the club. Club members share the vision of showcasing the importance of science in everyday life to other students and general public. Club members are also learners in this process as they try to learn scientific demonstrations from their peer club members. Planned activities of the club include scientific demonstrations for the public, inviting established speakers for stimulating talks on scientific history and applications.
Special Thanks To Our Past Members:
|Last updated: 11 February 2013|