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Published on January 12, 2017

Billings Clinic offers workshop to prepare students for Science Expo

Billings, MT – To get students interested and prepared for the 29th Annual Billings Clinic Science Expo, a workshop will be held at Barnes & Noble in Billings on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 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; John Pulasky, weathercaster for the Montana Ag Network; Marietta Reviczky-Dolan, Science Expo coordinator; and Dr. Andy Valkenburg, long-time Expo committee member, will present and 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 24-25, 2017 and is open to 1st-12th graders from around the region. For more information about the Expo and how to register, visit billingsclinic.com/scienceexpo.

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