Science in the Stream
|Date: Tuesday, September 27th, 2011||Return|
Water Science: Students study in Trammel Creek
(click title for the Bowling Green Daily News article)
Instead of learning about science at their desks, elementary school students performed experiments while wading in Trammel Creek last week as part of an annual program that continues this week. The program is a partnership between WKU’s Center for Environmental Education and Sustainability and the General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Plant. Terry Wilson, director of the center, has been running the program for the six years it’s been in Bowling Green.
Congratulations to Jennifer Campbell and Dr. Chandrakanth Emani, Nathan Powers and Dr. Ajay Srivastava, Shelby Wade and Dr. Michael Stokes, Jessica Johnson and Dr. Jarrett Johnson, and Audrey Brown and Dr. Noah Ashley.
Congratulations to April Butler, Haley Freeman, and Autumn Smith on being named OCSE Scholars!
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