A day planned for girls in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades in the Hill Country area
to explore math and science as high
Saturday, November 19, 2016
Check-in: 9:00am - 9:30am
Conclusion end time: 4:15pm
To challenge each girl, the day is filled with: Small classes talking about specific careers, such as veterinary medicine, animal research, stream ecology, occupational therapy, genetics, nurse practitioner, massage therapy, physical therapy and engineering, with a local woman who works in that field. Labs to provide hands-on time in areas such as cell biology, chemistry, forensic science, and computer science.
Do your part in conserving our most precious natural resource by building your own water filter.
Astronomer: The Milky Way and More - Exploring space and creating your own Nebula!
Exploring the night sky is just a “point and click” away
Cell Biologist: Designers! – Sculpting Edible DNA
Make DNA, sculptures from candy!
Chemistry: Out of This World Slime!
Is it Liquid or Solid? Make your own ooey, gooey slime!
Chemist: Gummy Bears Go Boom
What goes on in a chemical reaction and why things go “boom”
Computer Scientist: It’s Fractastic!
Use fractals and computers to create fantastic art
Engineering: Get Ready to Rumble – Battle Bots!
Learn how to build a simple battle bot and rumble!
Engineering: Just Bridge it! – Make bridges out of newspaper!
Test your engineering skill
Environmental Scientist: Keep it Green!
Learn how to make environmentally friendly products
Chemistry: Bubble Bubble
Formation of bubbles with household items
Forensic Scientist: Who dunnit? – Fingerprints and Forensics
Analyze the tell-tale evidence left behind in a crime scene
Fun with Math games: All About Angles
The math and art of Japanese paper folding
Physiology: The Ins and Outs of the Human Lungs
Investigating how the human lungs function
Physics: Marble Mania!
Will your marble make it to the end?
Physical Fitness: Let’s get Physical! Moving towards a fit you!
Learn how the body moves and make fitness a healthy part of your everyday life!
Psychology: More than Man’s Best Friend
How dogs help with therapy
Nursing Lab: Let’s Get Aid-ucated!
Learn what to do in an emergency
Nutritionist: Nummy in my Tummy
What should you really be eating?
Fly Lab: Muscle Mess up
Does a bad muscle make your fly lose the race?
8th GRADE LABS.....
Learn about farming aquatic organisms and plants through aquaponics
Dissection: Quail and Questions?
Learn how dissecting a Quail can answer environmental questions
Photography: Picture Perfect, Develop This!
Learn what’s developing in the photo lab.
Advanced Robotics: Recycling and Robotics
Building robots from soda cans
2016 Cost: $25 (includes lunch, T-shirt, materials, and speakers)
Online Registration is available here
Online Registration Deadline: November 11, 2016
Registration By Mail:
Print this form
and mail with your check to the address shown below.
Late Registration: Available in the Cailloux Campus Activity Center Ballrooms on the day of the event only from 9:00am-9:45am. Please print the registration form and bring it with you to the event.
Registrations will be handled first come, first served.
Scholarships, on a need basis, are available for the cost of registration. Please contact your school office for a waiver form.
2016 SCHEDULE: See registration form for schedule & details
Parking & Drop-off/Pick-up: Wm. Logan Library area [ campus map]
Simultaneous Parent Session: Parents are encouraged to support their daughters as they attend this conference. Special discussion sessions for parents will be available during the morning. Planned topics will include recommended high school course choices to enhance college opportunities, college financing, and other parenting issues important to you as your daughter begins to consider career options. The parent session is free and is from 10:15 am to noon.
Conclusion: The conference will conclude by 4:15pm. Please pick up your child at that time.
If you choose to mail your payment.....
Please make checks payable to "Expanding Your Horizons" and mail to:
2100 Memorial Blvd.
Kerrville, Texas 78028
For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the AAUW and Schreiner University