Want to learn about the cool and dynamic things that can happen on our planet and the Solar System?
Join us to find our more about our dynamic Earth on November 14. This event is presented by the College of Charleston Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences and the Geology Club. We will be hosting hands-on exploration stations for all ages! Activities will include Lava Races, Interactive Topography Maps, an interactive walk of the Solar System and MUCH more! Then in the evening, Dr. John Chadwick will show new images and discuss amazing discoveries from recent missions to Earth’s Planetary neighbors in a talk titled: The Awesome Planets: New Results from NASA Missions to Pluto, Mars, Saturn and Earth’s Other Siblings.
Where: College of Charleston’s School of Science and Mathematics Building (202 Calhoun St, Charleston, SC 29403)
When: Saturday, November 14, 2015 11 AM – 2 PM | Evening talk at 6 PM (refreshments afterwards)
Come Learn, Play, and Appreciate Earth Science!
Look out the window at the world outside – how many different colors can you see? Did you ever wonder why flowers, fruits, grass, insects, rocks, and bird feathers have color? Or have you wondered the same about the colors in sunsets, crayons, paint, or T-shirts?
Join us to find our more about colors as we celebrate National Chemistry Week at the Stingrays game on October 18. This event is presented by the College of Charleston School of Science and Mathematics, specifically the Department of Chemistry and the Alpha Chi Sigma Chemistry Fraternity, and the Charleston Stingrays Hockey team. Experience hands-on activities and demonstrations and then enjoy the hockey game against the Atlanta Gladiators.
What: Chemistry hands-on activities and demonstrations focused on the many colors of our world!
Where: North Charleston Coliseum
When: Sunday, October 25, 2015 3:05 PM
We hope to see you there!