Here's a recap of the first week's activities from Dewi, one of SCFG's mentor scientists. Dewi is a graduate student at Boston University studying Biomedical Engineering.
"This week we got an introduction to electricity. We learned that electricity- the power that lights up light bulbs and keeps our computers and phones going- is due to the flow of negatively charged subatomic particles, known as electrons. The girls rubbed balloons against their hair, generating static electricity, and built their own circuits! Can you figure out how to put a battery, light bulb, and wires together to turn on a light bulb? The girls at the Science Club for Girls at the Morse School did!"
Here are a few pictures of the girls and mentors in action:
A group circle getting to know each other and going over plans for the semester.
|The girls in action under guidance from SCFG mentor scientists|