AAAS Community Extension Center Physics Event

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National Lab Day at the Department of African American & African Studies Community Extension Center

Marshall Barnes held a National Lab Day event at the Department of African American Studies Community Extension Center May 27th, 2010, which was announced with the following press release:

 

National Lab Day event to recognize

 

 discoveries in science made by area youth

 

A multi-media science project presentation and student awards will be featured as the Department of African American & African Studies Community Extension Center, 905 Mt. Vernon Ave. hosts a special event presenting breakthrough interpretations of wormhole physics from 6-7 p.m. Thursday (5/27). The event is part of National Lab Day, a nationwide initiative to build local communities of support that will foster ongoing collaborations among volunteers, students and educators to bring discovery-based science experiences to students in grades K-12. Contact: Marvin Mitchell, mailto:mitchell.39@osu.edu or 292-3922. 

Marshall contemplates his next project as State Rep. Tracey Maxwell-Heard reads the state commendation for the students

A group photo with State Rep. Tracey Maxwell-Heard

State Rep. Tracey Maxwell-Heard congratulates the students as Marshall looks on

Marshall converses on the state of the universe with Tracey Maxwell-Heard and a student parent