Signs of Spring

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Forsythias are finally beginning to flower. Geese are on the pond and will soon be keeping watch over the foot bridge and jealously guarding their precious goslings. And students are feverishly completing research projects and planning how to communicate their results in the form of informative and artistic posters. Yes, it’s Sciencepalooza time again and we wanted to make sure to get the word out early. This year’s event will feature, as always, many posters from students doing original research in a range of courses. It will be on the final Friday of the term, May 23rd, from 12:30 to 1:30. There will be lots of food, drinks and, of course, some terrific science to enjoy.

Until then, we wanted to let you know about a few other events we’ll be hosting. This Friday, May 9, there will be two student presentations at Science Workshop: Joe Kendrick and Elsa Costa will give talks on their advanced work (click here to read the abstracts). And next week, to celebrate Spring and to get some sunshine and fresh air, we’ll be taking a break from normal Science Workshop goings on to have student/staff/faculty SOFTBALL GAME. So bring your mitt, if you have one, and a good sense of humor over to the soccer field at 1:00, Friday May 16th for what promises to be a great time.

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