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Michael Howard

21
Nov

Science Club Meeting

On Tuesday, November 23rd, the Science Club will be hosting its first informational meeting in Mr. Howard’s room (105). Anyone is welcome to attend to learn more about Science Club. If you have any questions, email samantha.stark@haashall.org .

2
Nov

Science Club Interest Survey

If you are interested in participating in the activities Science Club has advertised in the announcements, we ask you to PLEASE fill out this form:   https://forms.gle/Y8ziJJTZ84fRy3Cn8   or scan the QR Code displayed. In Science Club, members can develop experiments, help with outreach to fifth graders, and connect with science! We will be hosting an introductory meeting before Thanksgiving Break, but

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25
Oct

Science Club Interest Survey

If you are interested in participating in the activities Science Club has advertised in the announcements, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/Y8ziJJTZ84fRy3Cn8   or scan the QR Code displayed. In Science Club, members can develop experiments, help with outreach to fifth graders, and connect with science! Please email samantha.stark@haashall.org if you have any questions.

21
Oct

Science Club (3 of 3)

This year, Haas Hall’s Science Club returned to Warner Elementary, a rural, predominantly Native American school in Oklahoma to share experiments involving light and combining electricity and magnets to move fluid Science Club member Samantha Stark presented on reflection, refraction, absorbance, and opacity. She connected these terms to real-life examples and developed three experiments for Warner. She is very happy

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20
Oct

Science Club (2 of 3)

This year, Haas Hall’s Science Club returned virtually to Warner Elementary, a rural, predominantly Native American school in Oklahoma, to share experiments involving light and combining electricity and magnets to move fluid. Science Club reached 64 fifth graders total in Mrs. Shry’s classroom at Warner! Science club member Eric Wilkins taught students about magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). He did this by passing

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19
Oct

Science Club (1 of 3)

This year, Haas Hall’s Science CLub returned virtually to Warner Elementary, a rural, predominantly Native American school in Oklahoma, to share experiments involving light and combining electricity and magnets to move fluid. Science Club reached 64 fifth graders total in Mrs. Shry’s classroom at Warner! Science Club member Rukaya Alrubaye taught students about phosphorescence and fluorescence. She provided real world

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27
May

Great Job, Science Club! (Part 4 of 4)

The Science Club at Haas Hall – Fayetteville impacted 45 fifth graders from Warner Elementary, a rural, predominantly Native American school in Oklahoma, in one day across three different class periods during the Haas Hall Spring Break. Science club member Eric Wilkins taught students about magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). He did this by passing electricity through two copper coils in a petri

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25
May

Great Job, Science Club! (Part 2 of 4)

The Science Club at Haas Hall – Fayetteville impacted 45 fifth graders from Warner Elementary, a rural, predominantly Native American school in Oklahoma, in one day across three different class periods during the Haas Hall Spring Break. Science Club member Samantha Stark presented on reflection, refraction, opacity and absorbance of light. She connected these to real-life examples such as eyeglasses

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24
May

Great Job, Science Club! (Part 1 of 4)

The Science Club at Haas Hall – Fayetteville impacted 45 fifth graders from Warner Elementary, a rural, predominantly Native American school in Oklahoma, in one day across three different class periods during the Haas Hall Spring Break. Cameron Loftin is a member of the Haas Hall Fayetteville Science Club. In his presentation to the 5th graders, He showed how glow

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