On Sunday, April 7th, 2019, join countless scientists, clinicians, health sciences students, researchers, postdocs, and outreach specialists while they demonstrate the work they are doing at UW. The 17th Annual UW Science Expeditions is open to the public from 12:00-4:00 in the Health Sciences Learning Center Atrium at 750 Highland Ave. It is free and you are welcome to bring nieces, nephews, grandparents…kids of all ages!
New this year…Ebling Library’s curator, Micaela Sullivan-Fowler, will be shepherding groups to Ebling’s 3rd floor Historical Reading Room for tours of the current historical exhibition: Staggering Losses: WW1 & the Influenza Pandemic of 1918. The exhibition is usually NOT open to the public on weekends, so this is a great opportunity for older students and adults to view the stories about health care’s relationship to the war.
Last year nearly 700 children and their families “Exploration Stations” highlighting UW’s health science and clinical research. Across the street, the UW School of Nursing and the School of Pharmacy will have Exploration Stations. Please join us this year, it promises to be, as always, full of “I never knew that ” moments. For additional information click here.
From last year’s UW Science Expeditions…