From left, RESET volunteer Peter Sowa (electronics), fifth grade teacher Caitlin Byington, volunteer Rich Repplier (electronics and acoustics), fifth grade teacher Megan Hennessey, and volunteer Tom Ilich (structural engineering) met on October 14, 2015 to plan programs for fall and spring terms at Camelot Elementary School in Fairfax, VA.
ReSET Volunteer Bob Hauptman reports on his program this term: I want to tell you of my wonderful experience teaching science to kindergarden children. First, you should know that it would not have been
Rich Repplier, a RESET volunteer since 2006, has led programs at many schools in DC and Virginia. He has long been a favorite of students and teachers; a comment from his most recent teacher
November 28, 2016 Dear Potential Donors, On behalf of the students and staff of Camelot Elementary School, I want to thank our RESET scientists for volunteering generously during the past school year in the classroom
Link below to the article “More Good News for Science” in the Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-sten-odenwald/more-good-news-for-scienc_b_6152000.html
ReSET volunteer John Emler recently attended a science teaching session at the Greenbelt, MD Community Center. Additional sessions are scheduled: June 22nd & 23rd: Chemistry: Introduce the basic concepts of chemistry and show how chemical reactions