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Science Fun at Home Is the Topic Tuesday, Feb. 12,
In CMN’s 20th Anniversary Faculty Lecture Series

 

Jennifer Morris

Jennifer Morris, resource coordinator for STEM programs.

Do you have a young Einstein in the family, or just possess a questing mind of your own? Learn how to explore the interesting world of science by attending the College of Menominee Nation’s Faculty Lecture Series program at 12 noon, Tuesday, Feb. 12. The lecture and hands-on experience is open to the public and free of charge in mezzanine classroom of the Verna Fowler Academic Library, N172 State Highway 47/55 in Keshena.

 

Lecturer Jennifer Morris will show how to explore science without a lot of special equipment. Her program, “Working Together – Making Science Activities Easy,” will explain how easily-found, inexpensive household materials can be used to explore the ways in which science plays a role in daily life. Take-home material will guide you on projects of your own.

 

Morris is resource coordinator for the College’s science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Alverno College and master of arts from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

 

The CMN Faculty Lecture series is part of the College’s year-long observance of its 20th anniversary year. Future lectures include talks by Professor Mwata Chisha on March 19 and Dr. Dennis Vickers on April 23.