Keene State College to Host Science Conference Open to Public
NH Science Teachers’ Association Conference Shares Latest Knowledge on Science and How It Affects Us Today
Keene, NH, February 28, 2012: Keene State College is set to host the Spring New Hampshire Science Teachers’ Association Conference (NHSTA) on Keene State’s campus. The event draws hundreds of science educators and is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about topics in science that affect us today. Issues such as climate change, weather forecasting, water usage, the chemistry of cooking and many others will be explored through workshops. A luncheon in Zorn Dining Commons is included in the program.
When and where: Putnam Science Center, Keene State College, Monday, March 12, 2012, 7 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Registration: To register, visit http://www.nhsta.net/home/conference_registr ation.
Cost of registration by March 5 is $125 for members of NHSTA and $150 for non- members.
The conference is co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Science Teachers’ Association, The School of Science and Social Sciences, and the Provost’s Office at Keene State College. For additional information about the conference online, including the schedule, visit http://www.nhsta.net/home/conference_in fo.
For answers to questions, contact Professor Sally Jean, at email@example.com or 603-358-2572.
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