Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Science Expeditions

"'Science Marches On' in Chemistry Lab...", UW Digital Collections
It's been awhile, Go Big Readers! I hope everyone's spring semester has been going well, and that you all got to take advantage of the nice weather over spring break.

For the past several weeks, the Go Big Read office has been kept very busy working on finding our Go Big Read book for 2013-14. The selection process is almost done: after receiving nearly 200 diverse and fascinating suggestions from all over the campus and Madison communities (thanks for those, by the way!), we've whittled our list down to our final choice, and we're pretty excited about next year's program! I can tell you that we're doing something we've never done before. You'll get to hear more about that later in the semester!

In the meantime, what are you up to this weekend? April 5, 6 and 7, UW-Madison and the Science Alliance present the 11th Annual Science Expeditions, a weekend of learning and exploration for all ages. On-campus events are free (!) and open to the public. You can even take a free Science Expeditions Trolley from place to place, while getting a free scientastic tour from a VIP tour guide. There are over 45 Exploration Stations, so it's sure to be a busy weekend!

Included in the weekend's events are free tours of Fallout, the Radioactive-inspired exhibit at Ebling Library. If you still haven't seen it, first of all, what have you been doing with your life?! But also, this is a fantastic opportunity. Go get scienced this weekend!

You can find more information about Science Expeditions, including a list of Exploration Stations, info about the Expedition Trolley, and sneak peeks at Science Spectacular shows, at this link.

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