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I got this in a forward from a friend at Stanford. This would be great fun!
From: Sheryl Denker [mailto:Bio-Community=baybio.org -at- mcsv122.net] On Behalf Of Sheryl Denker
Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2011 11:54 AM
Subject: Bio-Community needs you now! Remote and In-person opportunities await and time is running out.
Students from Parkway Heights Middle School in South SF have an opportunity to learn how fun science can be, but only with your help! Students will dance their way through mitosis. Play with catchy, fun, and biologically correct cell vocabulary. Stage a “live” presentation guided by other youth performers.
WATCH THE VIDEO AND GET INVOLVED!
What: Cell Explorers
A Bio-Community Project
When: Wednesdays June 22-July 13
Where: SSF Community Learning Center Computer Lab
520 Tamarack Lane
South San Francisco, CA 94080
•Choose your favorite section and submit to us relevant vocabulary defined in a way 7th-9th graders will understand, and/or a short paragraph describing the biology behind the moves IN PERSON ASSISTANCE:
•Learn 1-2 moves and come teach the concepts and the moves on one or more Wednesday afternoonsContact bio-community -at- baybio.org or call Sheryl at 650-871-7101 x 215 to get involved and help build the next generation of life science professionals.
Sheryl P. Denker, Ph.D.
Sr. Program Advisor | BayBio Institute
Project Lead, Bio-Community.org
650.871.7101 x 215 | 650.871.7555 | sheryl -at -baybio.org
400 Oyster Point Blvd. Suite 221 | South San Francisco, CA 94080
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