Deconstructing Science

Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/02/2018
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location
NATURE Lab Gallery


What’s a Scientist Anyway?

Join us on Tuesday October 2nd, as we kick off the Fall 2018 NATURE Lab Open Hours season with an awesome workshop about what science is, who gets to do it, and how knowledge is created. Expect fun activities, lively discussion, and more!

Open to all ages.  This event takes place at 3334 6th Avenue, Troy, NY 12180.

Please register here!

Mentor: Maya Sanders

Maya Sanders is an Undergraduate Sustainability Studies major at RPI. She has a passion for grassroots science, ecology and environmental science education. Maya was an Uptown Summer mentor with the Sancruary this Summer, and this Fall she continues her work here, as an intern, serving the role of the Sanctuary’s “Community Network Coordinator and Science Educator,” as well as conducting an ethnographic study on the Sanctuary.

About the NATURE Lab:

North Troy Art, Technology, and Urban Research in Ecology (NATURE) Lab is a volunteer-led urban ecology education initiative. Artist/scientist teams work to empower the community with knowledge about the local ecosystem and the skills to intervene in creative ways. Our programming includes community workshops, public art installations, artist residencies, research activities, and after school activities. We seek to combine global expertise with local knowledge to address the issues that are unique to the North Troy ecosystem and community. 

Join us for open hour workshops every Tuesday from 4-6pm at at 3334 & 3361 6th Avenue, Troy, NY 12180!

 

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