Elementary Science Program News Article

48th Annual Science Exploration Days - May 16 and May 17, 2019

Science Exploration Days (SED) is a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) event that brings together members of the Rochester area community, industry, and academia to share their interest in and passion for the sciences and engineering technologies with junior and senior high students for hands-on and minds-on enrichment experiences. 

This year is the 48th year SED will be presented by the Central Western Section of the Science Teachers Association of New York State (CWS-STANYS). Nearly 100,000 area students have experienced STEM enrichment and exhibits at SED during this annual event. 

Junior High and Senior High Students Friday May 17, 2019 (Daytime only, by pre-registration)
Practicing and retired scientists, engineers, technicians, educators, and those with a science avocation present 40-minute sessions on campus during the day for both junior and senior high students.

Presentations include interactive, hands-on format for small classroom groups or lecture format for larger groups.  

Interactive Exhibits

A large, exhibit area is assembled by local scientific and technical professional organizations. Local industries have demonstrations and interactive exhibits. Scientists, engineers, and technicians share their STEM enthusiasm and passion with the young, inquisitive students who attend.
For More Information on 2019 Science Exploration Days, contact: 

Sheila Brady-Root, St. John Fisher College Liaison at 585-218-9642 Sroot@sjfc.edu; Michael Herzog, Student Registrar at 585-554-6809 and Mherzog98@frontiernet.net; Jutta Siefert Dudley & Caitlin Ullock, Speaker Coordinators at juttasd@aol.com and cullock@gmail.com; Tamara MacDuff, Exhibits & Social Media 585-329-8838 and tmacduff17@gmail.com; Michael DuPré , Committee Chairman at 585-330-6998 and mjdupre@aol.com
Presented by the Central Western Section of the Science Teachers Association of New York State (CWS-STANYS)  
Hosted for 48 years by St. John Fisher College, Rochester, New York 

CWS serves science educators in the counties of Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates 

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