|January 6, 2011
What Makes a Great Science Fair Project
Billings, MT — Learning how to make a science fair project great will be the topic of a workshop to be held at Barnes and Noble Booksellers located at 530 S. 24th Street in Billings Saturday, January 15th starting at 11 a.m. The workshop is free to students of all ages and is part of the 24th annual Billings Clinic Research Center’s Science Expo program.
Pat Lowthian, an award-winning teacher currently teaching at McKinley School, will be one of the main presenters along with John Pulasky, who teaches aviation at Rocky Mountain College.
The primary objective of this interactive workshop is to allow students to help put together a quality science fair project from start to finish, said Lowthian. When the workshop is finished, kids will know how to incorporate the scientific method into their projects in order to produce a winning project and experiment with scientific merit and design, she added.
For more information, please contact the Billings Clinic Research Center’s Science Expo office at 247-6461 or Barnes and Noble Booksellers at (406) 247-6456.