High School seniors from Winnisquam Regional High School visit our campus annualy. Students toured campus and experiment with biotechnology and nanotechnology.
PSU Chemistry faculty and undergraduates visit middle school students at Plymouth Elementary School as part of an annual National Chemistry Week event.
The New Hampshire TechFest, in Windham, is a festival of science and technology providing hands on learning opportunities for middle and high school students to encourage them to pursue careers in the STEM disciplines. Jeremiah Duncan and four undergraduate students (Patrick Gile, Katie Hills-Kimball, Andrew Hornberger, and Marc Tahtamoni), had several chemistry experiments for participants including: [...]
Thank you cards from a ‘Chemists Celebrate Earth Day’ visit with local third graders. Aparna Waghe, Marguerite Crowell, and undergraduates Pat Gile (chemistry education) and Jake Vallimont (chemistry) looked at natural pigments of plants, the effect of acid rain on plant growth and development, and other activities with the students in April.
Anil Waghe and Marguerite Crowell and four PSU undergrads, visited Plymouth Elementary School students for “Chemists Celebrate Earth Day“. Chemistry Education majors Patrick Gile, Shannon Courcelle, Ashley Maxner, and dual major in Chemistry/Meteorology Ian Axtell worked with students on activities exploring Green Chemistry. A parent of one of the children commented on how excited her child was after [...]
Anil Waghe presided over a session on ‘Analogical Approach to General Chemistry Teaching’ at the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) 2009 National Conference on Science Education in New Orleans, March 22. This is the third consecutive year Dr. Waghe was invited to preside over a chemistry session at NSTA national meeting. Waghe’s presentation focused on [...]