Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association at UCLA Workshop/Meeting
Friday, July 20, 2012
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Ackerman Union Venue - - Grand Ballroom (2400)
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The Science camp is an annual event which organized by Korean-American Scientist and Engineers Association (KSEA). The purpose of the event is to provide a unique way for elementary and middle school students to learn science by performing experiments, building project, and experiencing the practical side of science. This event will promote interest in science and engineering for students. This is an annual event co-sponsored by non-profit organizations and is strictly organized by volunteers from local aerospace companies and schools.
Event Highlights: - Opportunity to learn science process skills such as experimentation, prediction, and trial and error. - Meet students from around Southern California - Visit the UCLA campus and interact with distinguished professionals from JPL, Boeing, and students from UCLA, UC Irvine, Harvey Mudd, Caltech, and USC. - Receive certificates and recognitions - Food prepared on site - outdoors: we will be eating infront of the Wilson plaza.
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