The BITS summer intensive Summer Program will have an open house on Temple's Main Campus. Come view participants' work and meet the staff members with whom students have been working throughout the summer. The event is open to students, faculty, friends, and family.
The Open House takes place on the ground floor of the University Services Building. The building is located on the corner of Broad and Oxford Streets, right across from the Pearl Movie Theater. Closest subway stop is Cecil B. Moore (Broad Street Line).
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns 215-204-3596. Visit the ITSRG website for future information about cause and research.
Hope to see you there!!
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Friday, August 14th 12:30-3:00
University Services Building, Room 105
1601 N. Broad Street, Main Campus - Temple University
Thursday, August 6, 2009
We interviewed the Environment Engineer Group today. Their mission is to promote awareness of the environment and conduct research specifically on the Exxon Valdez Alaskan Oil Spill. The problem with the oil spill is that the oil is trapped in the ground and the soil just keeps it there. So the team are looking at soil samples taken from the beaches where the oil spilled to see what exactly make the soil so impenetrable.Check out their blog at http://www.templeengineer.blogspot.com/
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Monday, August 3, 2009
On July 28, 2009 University Green interviewed a group called Emergency Preparedness. Their goal is to come up with a plan for senior citizens when an emergency occurs. This group is going to create a slide show to demonstrate steps about preparing for emergencies. University Green thought that their topic was very important because the city doesn't prepare senior citizens for tragedies.
For more information go to: www.seniorsafety09.blogspot.com
On Friday June 31 our group went to the wagner free institute for science. In there they have alot of old material like philosophy, religion, science, and educational reform. The extensive journal collection includes research done by most major European and Asian scientific societies and many publications from smaller scientific societies, and also they have auditorium from 1900 where science education classes were taught. we did an activity called a "scavenger hunt", where we went around the museum to find creatures that matched the given hints. In my opinion, I think the meseum is kind of cool because they have all different kind of species and can you believe they acually have one dinosaure bone in there.
Want to check out more information visit this link http://www.wagnerfreeinstitute.org/history_founder.shtml