Honeywell Summer Science Week
CALLING ALL STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED 7th or 8th GRADE! Honeywell Summer Science Week’s 13th year will run the week of July 9, 2018. A FREE summer science program for students who have completed 7th or 8th grade! Follow local scientists, engineers, professors and college students into the field to study the Onondaga Lake Watershed. The program is fully funded and there are no registration fees!
Program is FREE, but registration is LIMITED to 80 total students
- Sampling water chemistry, surveying aquatic and terrestrial macroinvertebrates, and compiling stream flow/profile data from the headwaters of Onondaga Creek to Onondaga Lake.
- Exploring areas of local geology with visits to the Tully Mud Boils and Bare Mountain landslide area.
- Identifying common plants and animals – both native and invasive.
- Visiting the SUNY ESF campus and the Onondaga Lake Visitors Center to learn about the steps taken to improve water quality and about the sources of pollution.
- Reviewing and discussing what participants learned from the week during Honeywell Discovery Day, held Wednesday, July 18 at the MOST.
*activities subject to change
- Email MOST Chief Program Officer, Dr. Peter Plumley, at email@example.com. He will provide final registration information.
- Once registered, please fill out the permission forms: Honeywell Summer Science Week Permission Forms
- Once complete, send forms to Dr. Plumley via email.
- PARENT NIGHT will take place at the MOST on Thursday, July 5 from 6 to 7 p.m.
Questions? Call Dr. Plumley at 315.425.9068 x2163