Satellite Festival

USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog

Category archives for Satellite Festival

Host a Science Festival, and Take Science Discovery to the Streets of America

By USA Science & Engineering  Festival Founder Larry Bock “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” – Carl Sagan The excitement, the rigors and the risk of scientific discovery: Sagan loved and shared these emotions more effectively and openly with us than perhaps any other contemporary scientist. And in the process he helped catapult…

Thanks North Country NOW for publicizing a satellite event that is happening on Oct 20th! If you are in Potsdam, NY check this Satellite event out! POTSDAM — Clarkson University will host the North Country Science and Engineering Festival from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20 in Cheel Campus Center. It is free and…

SciFest in St. Louis…now!

If you are in Saint Louis check out Scifest. It’s happening NOW!! http://scifeststl.org/ This is one of the MANY satellite festivals happening. Check it out!

Check out Texas A&M one of our Satellite Festivals! OLLEGE STATION, Oct. 5, 2010 – Texas A&M University officials invite the Brazos Valley community to experience the nationwide excitement of science and engineering later this month as part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival, set for Saturday, Oct. 23. No fees or tickets are…

Shout out to Northern Illinois University and their Satellite event. Read about it here. Two years ago, NIU’s popular Haunted Physics Laboratory was supersized into Spooky Science Saturday. Now the event, which uses Halloween themes to teach young people about the wonders of science, is about to get exponentially bigger.spooky cauldron NIU is gearing up…

Shout out to one of our Satellite Events in Idaho for a recent posting about their festival. You can read their full story here. POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Pocatello campus is hosting the 2010 Idaho Science and Engineering Festival on Oct 23 and is looking for additional groups to host scientific demonstration booths. The…

4-H Science: Hands-on. Revolutionary

As the nation’s largest youth development organization – with a network of more than 6 million young people – 4-H prepares youth to move our world forward. Through out-of-school programming, in-school enrichment programs and camps, 4-H cultivates the next generation of leaders, strengthening our nation’s ability to tackle leading challenges such as global competitiveness, world…

4-H Science: Hands-on. Revolutionary

As the nation’s largest youth development organization – with a network of more than 6 million young people – 4-H prepares youth to move our world forward. Through out-of-school programming, in-school enrichment programs and camps, 4-H cultivates the next generation of leaders, strengthening our nation’s ability to tackle leading challenges such as global competitiveness, world…

The NC Science Festival will bring together more than 100 science-related events Sept. 11-26. Through science talks, hands-on activities, tours, performances and exhibits, North Carolina’s science community will be on display to engage and inspire a new generation of scientists. How will we engage our state in science? By showing citizens of our state science…

As a founder and organizer of the upcoming inaugural USA Science & Engineering Festival, I’m in frequent contact with a wide range of teachers, students, innovators, community leaders, entrepreneurs and decision makers in science and technology across the country. One thing that I continue to learn from these experiences: There is a growing need out…