GIFT Foundation benefit event for IAS!

Chaminade University of Honolulu’s I am a Scientist Mobile STEM Outreach Program is one of three local non-profit organizations selected by the Gift Foundation of Hawaii to receive proceeds from an exclusive annual charity event. This year’s event theme is “Miami Vices & Vixens,” to be held on Saturday, October 21st at The Modern Honolulu.

In addition to IAS STEM, the benefit is for two other wonderful and impactful organizations serving Hawaii’s keiki

  • The Alliance for Drama Education (link)
  • HUGS for Hawaii’s Seriously Ill Children & Their Families (link)

For more information about the GIFT Foundation or the event, please visit http://giftfoundationofhawaii.org
Mahalo

IAS at Honolulu District STEM Exposition

“I am a Scientist” participated in the Hawaii DOE, Honolulu District STEM Exposition. Where an estimated 6,000 Elementary and Middle School students participated over 5 days at Kaimuki High School.

CUH alumni Caitlyn Tobita, Ho`oulu Scholar Hulali Kinilau, and CUH Professor Dr. Chrystie Naeole, helped students conduct experiments to understand the properties of density and why its easier to float in the ocean than in freshwater. Students also used micro pipettors to learn the density of different liquids.

Hulali Kinilau, Chaminade University Ho`oulu Scholar, helped students conduct experiments to understand the properties of density and why its easier to float in the ocean than in freshwater. Students also used micro pipettors to learn the density of different liquids.
CUH alumni Caitlyn Tobita helped students conduct experiments to understand the properties of density and why its easier to float in the ocean than in freshwater.

 

 

 

Professor Dr. Chrystie Naeole, helped students conduct experiments to understand the properties of density and why its easier to float in the ocean than in freshwater.

Freshman Lina Tiaseu and Dr. Edna Monroe, Professor and Chief Nurse Administrator of the School of Nursing brought tools of their profession for students to use and learn about health and science.

Freshman Lina Tiaseu and Dr. Edna Monroe, Professor and Chief Nurse Administrator of the School of Nursing at Chaminade University

Students were eager to use the stethoscopes, pulse oximeters and blood pressure cuffs to learn about their health and wellness.

Dr. Edna Monroe shows prepares students to use stethoscopes, pulse oximeters and blood pressure cuffs
Freshman Lina Tiaseu helps our kupuna checks blood pressure

I Am a Scientist STEM at 2017 ASTRONAUT LACY VEACH DAY OF DISCOVERY

IAS will host a workshop at 2017 Lacy Veach Day of Discovery

Saturday, October 28, 2017
8:00 am – 2:45 pm
at Punahou School

Their web site is now open and accepting registrations

http://www.spacegrant.hawaii.edu/Day-of-discovery/index.html

WORKSHOP 2017_14   Hawai‘i’s Anchialine Pools and the Opae‘ula
Lori Shimoda, Environmental Studies, Chaminade University
» Hawai‘i’s anchialine pools are unique fragile environments. Make an Opae‘ula micro-habitat to learn the complexities of a sustainable ecosystem.

Click here to learn more about Lacy Veach

Poem contest, National Chemistry Week

Aloha Fellow Science Enthusiasts!

As we start the new school year, it is a great time to start thinking about National Chemistry Week. It will be held this year from October 22-28th, 2017.

We will be holding an illustrated poem contest again this year for K-12 students. The theme this year is “Chemistry Rocks!” (emphasis on geology/geochemistry) to celebrate National Chemistry Week’s 30th anniversary.  I have attached the information packet

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The deadline for submissions is September 22, 2017. Local section winners will receive a prize, advance to the national ACS illustrated poem contest, and have their winning poster showcased in display cases at Kahala Mall during NCW.

Feel free to e-mail or call me if you have any questions about the illustrated poem contest or NCW.  Please forward this e-mail to any contacts you think may be interested.

We will also be holding our annual National Chemistry Week interactive event on October 28th, 2017 at Kahala Mall. I will pass on further information about this event soon.

Thank you for your continued dedication in promoting an awareness of chemistry in our community.

Very best,
Kate

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Katelynn A. Perrault, Ph.D.
katelynn.perrault (at) chaminade.edu
ACS Hawaii Local Section – NCW Coordinator
Assistant Professor of Forensic Sciences and Chemistry
Forensic Sciences Unit
Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Chaminade University of Honolulu
3140 Waialae Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96816

 

IAS Teacher post visit survey

"I Am A Scientist STEM" is a mobile outreach program that shares our labs beyond the Chaminade University campus. Our services are FREE to Hawaii DOE schools. IAS STEM is part of a broader initiative by the Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics at Chaminade University to encourage science awareness and education in Hawaii's public schools.