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The Waynesburg University Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science will host a Science Day for regional high school students Thursday, April 20, from 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. High school students in Fayette, Greene and Washington Counties are invited, in addition to students from some West Virginia high schools. 

The Department has been working with the Waynesburg student chapter of the American Chemical Society to plan the event, which will include presentations from across the various science departments on campus. Throughout the day, participants will attend a number of sessions focusing on different areas of science. Professors will help attendees understand topics like biochemistry, relationships in geometry, physiology and computer programming, among others. 

“The purpose of the event is to show high school students that studying science is rewarding and accessible – a worthwhile pursuit in college,” said Dr. Evonne Baldauff, chair of the Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science. “We try to plan the day as a way for them to see themselves as science students.”

Baldauff said Science Day has been held since the 1990s, and it provides University students and faculty a chance to serve the local community by sharing their love of science.

“We are able to impart an understanding not only of science knowledge, but also of the benefit to pursuing a career in STEM,” said Baldauff.

For more information, contact Baldauff at ebaldauf@waynesburg.edu.

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Ashley Wise, Associate Director of University Relations

724.852.7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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Waynesburg University’s Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science will hold its annual Science Day event Thursday, Dec. 8. The event will primarily host prospective students who will have the opportunity to spend the day as a science student at the University.

Science Day will offer presentations, demonstrations and hands-on activities directed by Waynesburg faculty, in addition to discussions about what it is like to study science in college and the benefits of pursuing a degree in science.

“Science Day at Waynesburg University aims to expose students in the surrounding areas to the benefits of pursuing a degree in science,” said Brad Davis, assistant professor of chemistry. “It also provides the opportunity for our expert faculty to showcase their teaching and for visiting students to see our modern labs and beautiful campus.”

The University will also host an additional Science Day event for local high school students during the spring semester, Thursday, April 20, 2017.

For more information, contact Evonne Baldauff, assistant professor of chemistry and chair of the Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science, at ebaldauf@waynesburg.edu or 724-852-3617.

Founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Waynesburg University is located on a traditional campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three additional sites located in the Pittsburgh region. The University is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) and is one of only 21 Bonner Scholar schools in the country, offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.

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Ashley Wise, Associate Director of University Relations

724-852-7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

 

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The Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science at Waynesburg University will hold its annual Science Day Thursday, Dec. 10. Organized in conjunction with the Office of Admissions and the American Chemical Society, local high school students and University applicants have the opportunity to spend the day as a science student.

Intended to excite high school students about science, participants will enjoy hands-on activities and lectures by students and faculty as well as demonstrations. A question-and-answer session will be offered to provide prospective students with the opportunity to ask undergraduates about the college experience.

Special presentations in chemistry, biology and forensic science will occur in addition to a tour of the marine biology lab, all hosted by professors and students.

Dr. Evonne Baldauff, chair of the Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science and associate professor of chemistry, believes high school students will benefit from attending Science Day.

“Science Day is important because it gives high school students the opportunity to see firsthand what it is like to study science at a college level,” said Baldauff. “While on campus, students will interact with faculty and current undergraduates and experience the exciting programs we have in the sciences at Waynesburg University.”

The University will also host an additional Science Day event for prospective students during the spring semester, Thursday, April 14.

For more information, contact Baldauff at ebaldauf@waynesburg.edu or 724-852-3617.

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Ashley Wise, Assistant Director of University Relations

724.852.7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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The Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science at Waynesburg University will hold its annual Science Day Thursday, Dec. 4. Organized in conjunction with the Office of Admissions and the American Chemical Society, local high school students and University applicants have the opportunity to spend the day as a science student.

Intended to excite high school students about science, participants will enjoy hands-on activities and lectures by students and faculty as well as demonstrations. A question-and-answer session will be offered to provide prospective students with the opportunity to ask undergraduates about the college experience.

Special presentations in chemistry, biology and forensic science will occur in addition to a tour of the marine biology lab, all hosted by professors and students.

Dr. Evonne Baldauff, chair of the Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science and associate professor of chemistry, believes high school students will benefit from attending Science Day.

“Science Day is important because it gives high school students the opportunity to see firsthand what it is like to study science at a college level,” said Baldauff. “While on campus, students will interact with faculty and current undergraduates and experience the exciting programs we have in the sciences at Waynesburg University.”

For more information, contact Baldauff at ebaldauf@waynesburg.edu or 724-852-3617.

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Ashley Wise, Senior Writer/Editor
724.852.7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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