The SciencePalooza Science Festival is a production of the Holy Innocents' Episcopal School Science National Honor Society.
This meetup is free and open to the public.
Visitors are asked to check in at the Main Office in the Riley Building at the Upper School. Refer to this map of the school grounds for assistance.
Reservations are not required, but your RSVP here will help with the evaluation of the SciencePalooza program.
The SciencePalooza Science Festival at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School
The Holy Innocents' Episcopal School (HIES) Science National Honor Society cordially invites you to attend SciencePalooza, a half-day science festival featuring the events below.
Refer to this map of the school grounds to help you find your way around.
- Zombie Preparedness 101 with the Center for Disease Control (Malcolm Library) - Two interactive workshops - charades and videos - on CDC's very effective Zombie public health preparedness campaign will be held every 30 minutes.
- Chemical Magic with Emory University's Doug Munford (HIES gymnasium) - Doug Munford, Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Chemistry Department at Emory, will perform amazing feats of chemical magic using helium gas and flaming tubes of volatile petrochemicals.
- The Facts about HIV with the Georgia Department of Public Health (Malcolm Library) - Get the facts about HIV - infection rates, treatment and prevention - from the experts, our friends at the Georgia Department of Health.
- Mathematical Puzzles and Games with Mu Alpha Theta (HIES gymnasium) - Come test your mathematical skill and logical prowess with members of the mathematics honor society, Mu Alpha Theta.
- Human and Robotic Exploration Missions with NASA's Russell Romanella (Fine Arts Building) - In two presentations, the first at 1:15 and the second at 2:15pm, Russell Romanell, Director, Safety and Mission Assurance, NASA Kennedy Space Center, will let us know what NASA's plans are for the exploration of the solar system, including Mars, Saturn, the Asteroid Belt and a return to the Moon.
- Combat Plastic Trash with One More Generation (HIES gymnasium) - One More Generation, an organization founded by elementary students in Fayetteville, Georgia which is dedicated to the preservation of endangered species, will help us learn what to do to combat plastic trash.
- Wrangle Reptiles with Reptile Wrangler Ken Panse (HIES gymnasium) - Ken Panse, the founder of Reptile Wrangler, will provide a hands-on educational experience with his interactive show and menagerie of reptiles from around the world.
- Explore the Brain with Yerkes National Primate Research Center Scientists (HIES gymnasium) - Yerkes scientists will host three interactive stations that will let you explore brain models of different species, examine microscopic features of sensory organs and safely handle the human brain itself.