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Published on January 04, 2016

Billings Clinic offers workshop to prepare students for Science Expo

Billings, MT— To get students interested and prepared for the 28th Annual Billings Clinic Science Expo, a workshop will be held at Barnes & Noble in Billings on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016 from 11:00 a.m. - 1 p.m. The workshop is free to students and no registration is required.

Patricia Lowthian, an award-winning 4th grade teacher at McKinley School, will be the main presenter along with John Pulasky, weathercaster for the Montana Ag Network. The Science Expo coordinator will also be available to answer questions.

This interactive workshop will focus on understanding the “Scientific Method” and the “Engineering Design Process” and putting together a quality science fair project from start to finish. When the workshop is finished, participants will know how to use the two scientific approaches to produce a winning project with scientific merit and design.

For more information, please contact Marietta Reviczky-Dolan, Science Expo coordinator, at 406-657-4642.

The Billings Clinic Science Expo will be held March 18 & 19, 2016 at Montana State University-Billings and is open to 1st-12th graders from around the region. For more information about the Expo and how to register, visit http://www.billingsclinic.com/scienceexpo

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