Drexel at the Philadelphia Science Festival
April 12, 2011 —
Drexel University will partner with more than 55 organizations to launch the Philadelphia Science Festival, a two-week initiative to celebrate the region's strengths in science and technology April 16-28. The city-wide event will include a line-up of programs and exhibitions designed to inspire the next generation of scientists. Drexel will host carnival booths, neighborhood science and high school outreach events throughout the City, a day of science at the ballpark and a joint event with the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
The College of Arts and Sciences and the Drexel chapter of the Society of Physics Students will have booths at the carnival on Saturday, April 16th. On April 21st at 8:00pm, Drexel's Astronomy Club will host a night of star gazing and a lively astronomy discussion with Dr. David Goldberg at the Joseph R. Lynch Observatory. Learn more.