Aquarius Project: Looking at space through Lake Michigan - LIB 100 APPROVED!
Date and TimeFriday, February 14, 2020
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
- DeVos Center » 122E - Loosemore Auditorium
To keep floating along with our water theme, Roger That! 2020 will feature a 2:30pm plenary session on February 14th (at the Loosemore Auditorium) about The Aquarius Project. Guests from the Adler Planetarium and the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry will joint us to talk about Aquarius, a citizen-scientist program that allows scientists and students to work together, using underwater robots and other technology, to search pieces of a 600-pound meteorite that splashed into Lake Michigan in February 2017. LIB 100 approved.
Samhita Rhodes, PhD, Professor and Chair, Biomedical Engineering
Deana Weibel, PhD, Professor, Anthropology
Karen Gipson, PhD, Professor, Physics, and Associate Dean, BCOIS
- Academic » Making Waves Initiative
- LIB 100
- LIB 100 » Community Engagement/ Service Learning
- LIB 100 » Knowledge of Human Cultures & the Physical & Natural World