SCIENCE C LUB

MONTGOMERY COLLEGE
Takoma Park

T he Science Club is made up of a group of Montgomery College students that want to explore the many branches of science.  The club is open to all students of all three campuses and to the community.

  The purpose of the Science Club is to promote interest, understanding, and knowledge of the scientific world throughout the college and local community. The area of emphasis shall include astronomy, geology, chemistry, physics and much more. The club shall seek to foster the type of honest skepticism that is necessary for life long learning.

Read our constitution


 
 

C ALENDAR oF EVENTS


 

Regularly scheduled meetings are
every Friday from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
in the Planetarium
301-650-1463
 
Thiu in SN102 on October 10, 2003  



Topics/activity:

Dead Scientist Birthday Party!
October 24, 2003 at 2P.M.
Hypathia of Alexandria
astronomer, mathematician, philospher. and libarian

Watch video
October 31,  2003 at 2P.M.
What Sank The RMS Titanic?
A Talk By Dr. Tim Foecke
NIST Metallurgist

No meeting on Friday, November 7, 2003 at 2P.M.
since Drs. Harold Williams and Max Nam will be attending the CSAAPT, Cheasepeake Section of the Ameican Association of Physics Teachers, meeting in Virginia Beach.
We will meet on Friday, November 14, 2003 at 2P.M. to do something fun!


Planned field trips:  
Go to Great Falls Maryland, on Saturday, November 22, 2003
leave the planetarium at 9A.M.
to hike the Billy Goat Trail, please bring a lunch and good hiking shoes.

 SSSeptember  28, 2003 Sugar Loaf  Mountain Pictures

Favorite links
Many more links have been added, check it out!
 


 

  Past Trips and Activities: 1999-2000
Sugarloaf Mountain, National Museum of Health and Medicine,
Goddard Rocket Day

Other Past Trips and Activities: 1998-1999
Low Frequency Radio Receiver, Great Falls, Luray Caverns,
Sugarloaf Mountain, Speaker from NASA, National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
 
 


 
 

If you are a student or someone with interest in the
Science Club
contact the club's advisor Dr. Harold Williams
 in the planetarium at 301-650-1463

  Created by Maria Arez 
Modified by Matthew Bowman
and Assisted by Jim Brennan
Modified again by David  Njuguna

 Last modified November 2, 2003