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Indiana Going Green Festival, March 15 and 16

CEES staff Robert Lugg, Elizabeth Johnson, and Austin Taylor, and GK-12 fellow Jess Adamic spent this past weekend working together with Indiana State Museum Going Green Festival attendees to understand how water, sediment, and pollution moves through our watersheds!

March 7, M.S.D. of Pike Township Math and Science Community Fair

    “What is a watershed?” K-12 students discovered the answer to this question and more while attending CEES’ booth at last Thursday’s M.S.D. of Pike Township Math and Science Community Fair.  CEES interns Robert Lugg and Scott Davidson assisted more than 50 students over the span of two hours construct their own watershed model.

CEES Presents Poster at Joseph Taylor Symposium

The Center for Earth and Environmental Science’s Robert Lugg presented a poster, “Translating Research Into Action Through Environmental Stewardship in Central Indiana Communities” at the 24th annual Joseph Taylor Symposium last Wednesday.  The Symposium was presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI in conjunction with the Department of Philosophy and Center for Service and

Spring 2013 Educational Outreach: Out and About

CEES eductional outreach staff members and Discovering the Science of the Environment's popular watershed model will be attending the Metropolitan School District of Pike Township's March 7 Math and Science Community Fair as well as the March 15 and 16 

DSE Developing New Curriculum

Discovering the Science of the Environment staff are currently developing program extension kits that follow from DSE programs Ecosystem Investigation and Chemical Water Quality Assessment. The kit development and materials are funded by a Dow Promise grant, from Dow AgroSciences.

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