Expanding Your Horizons 2017 - FREE Science Workshops for 6-8th Grade Girls

April 15, 9:30am - 3:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall and Hawai‘i Institute of Geophysics Add to Calendar

This year marks our 4th annual Expanding Your Horizons in Hawai‘i. Expanding Your Horizons - Hawaii will take place on Saturday April 15th, 2017 at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa from 9:30-3:30 pm. Girls 6-8th grade are invited to participate. The event is FREE and girls will have the choice of three hands-on workshops in different disciplines. This year we have 18 workshops with topics such as Botany, Meteorology, Ocean Science, Marine Biology, Astronomy, Architecture, Chemistry, Math and More!

Registration is open and can be reached through the http://eyhhawaii.org website or https://www.eyhreg.org/registration.php?cid=13635

Get ready for an exciting new event for young women interested in science, technology, engineering, and math! Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics (EYH) are conferences created to promote and foster interest for young women in the areas of science and math. The conferences are held with the hopes that young women who attend will be encouraged to consider careers in these disciplines. The first EYH conference occurred in 1976 at Mills College in Oakland California. Since that first event hundreds of thousands of young women and thousands of parents have participated in EYH events. The goals of the conference include:

  1. To provide young women with opportunities to meet and interact with positive women role models who are active in math and science related careers;
  2. To involve young women with limited opportunities for success in positive experiences in mathematics and science;
  3. To increase the interest of young women in math and science by providing exciting and fun hands-on learning experiences;
  4. To encourage young women to study as much math and science as possible by showing them the benefits of education and its relevance to their lives;
  5. To foster awareness of career opportunities in science and math related careers in science and math related careers.

You can find relevant information at http://eyhhawaii.org, https://www.facebook.com/eyhhawaii on Facebook and Twitter (@EYH_Hawaii)! Registration is now open and can be reached through the http://eyhhawaii.org website or https://www.eyhreg.org/registration.php?cid=13635

For more information contact the Chair and Organizer Dr. Jennifer Griswold via email (smalljen@hawaii.edu) or by phone 808-956-3636.

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Event Sponsor
Atmospheric Sciences, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Jennifer Griswold, (808) 956-3636, smalljen@hawaii.edu, http://eyhhawaii.org

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