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Application Deadline: Feb. 4
Santa Clara University’s FREE Spring Engineering Education Days (SEED) program for sophomores and juniors is in April. Over the course of 4 Saturdays, students take classes spanning several engineering fields with a mix of lecture and interactive lab work. For more information about program dates, and application requirements, see: www.scu.edu/engineering/undergraduate/seeds.cfm
Gates Millenium Scholars, Male Initiative – Bridge Builders Forum Event for African American, Asian/Pacific Islander and Latino students and parents.
Date: Sat., Nov. 13, 2010 at California State University East Bay
time: Registration starts at 8:30 a.m.; workshops and sessions from 9:30 to 2:00 p.m.
Pre-register online at www.csueastbay.edu/BridgeBuilders
- Empowering workshops for Students and Parents
- Scholarship Information and tips for applying
- College Information and Resources
- Financial Aid and Admissions Information
- Free and open to the public
- continental breakfast and lunch provided
Sign up for www.CollegeWeekLive.com, the world’s largest college fair and online admissions event website. It’s free and supported by the U.S. Department of Education Federal Student Aid office. Register now for CollegeWeekLive FALL on November 3rd & 4th!!
Win a $10,000 Scholarship just for attending the event. Register now for the College Week Live website, and then login on November 3rd or 4th to win!
At CollegeWeekLive FALL, you can . . .
- Chat live with admissions reps from 300+ colleges– show your interest!
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- Hear what campus life is like via student video webcasts from favorite schools
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“How to write a college application essay” and “How to find scholarships.”
See attached flyer for a list of participating colleges!
The College of Chemistry is participating in a community celebration of science!
Explore the wonders of science with activities for the whole family at the first-ever Cal Science & Engineering Festival. This free, outdoor event will take place at UC Berkeley, on Spieker Plaza (located next to Haas Pavilion) on Saturday, October 23 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
It’s all about science in action! You’ll put solar power to the test, get hands-on with ancient fossils, discover the science + sports connection, make your own earthquake, and more! Meet Cal scientists-and experience the excitement and wonder of the science they do.
For details and updates on Festival activities, visit http://scienceatcal .berkeley. edu/festival
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The Cal Science & Engineering Festival is sponsored by the UC Berkeley Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, and presented in conjunction with the USA Science & Engineering Festival -the country’s first national science festival, which will take place in Washington, D.C.
Please note that activities are subject to change without notice. In the event of inclement weather, the Festival will be cancelled.
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A sampling of festival activities:
Astronomy Bonanza by the UC Berkeley Astronomy Department
Take an astronomical journey in an inflatable planetarium and with solar telescopes
The Magic of Chemistry by the American Chemical Society (California Section)
Be amazed by Chemistry “Magic” Demos.
Community in the Classroom Science Demos by the College of Chemistry
Have a blast exploring the effects of dry ice and liquid nitrogen.
Unicycle Basketball by the Berkeley Revolution Unicycle Basketball Team
Watch this amazing team play, and discover surprising science connections. Game-time is 10:00am to noon.
Quake! by the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory
Make your own earthquake, using a block slider model.
Full activity schedule at http://scienceatcal .berkeley. edu/festival
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