May 13, 2014
Society of Women Engineers Hawaiian Islands Section (SWE-HI) on Maui is hosting Dr. JD Armstrong of the Institute for Astronomy (University of Hawaii).
The presentation will focus on two student projects measuring the density and composition of asteroids. The projects were nationally recognized by winning first prize for Earth/Space Science at the Utah State Science and Engineering Fair (Kelsey Barber) and first place at the Hawai’i State Science and Engineering Fair (Stephanie Spear). Dr. Armstrong is the enthusiastic Maui Technology Education and Outreach Specialist at the Institute for Astronomy (IfA) on Maui.
Introductions/Networking: 5-5:30pmPresentation and Q&A: 5:30-6:30pm
Optional dinner at Café Carmen after the meeting
Malcolm Center - Maui Research and Technology Park
For more information:Sponsor:
Society of Women Engineers Hawaiian Islands Section (SWE-HI) on MauiContact name: Irina Constantinescu
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