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Where else can I learn about science, engineering, and technology

This is designed to be more of an interactive post for people to add comments to as they find programs that work. There is no way one person can know all of the opportunities available. This is one area where the knowledge of the crowd is far greater. This should be considered a work in progress which will be added to.

So you’ve finished Science Olympiad for the year… now what? Maybe you’re curious about ways to continue to learn and participate in science, engineering, and technology.

Other Programs:

  • Lakota Robotics
    UC STEMM Programs – has a pretty good list of local programs (including Science Olympiad)


  • Science Museum Center
    The Wilds
    Hamilton County Parks
    Dayton Metro Parks
    Cincinnati Observatory


  • Science Olympiad Camp
    Operation Catapult – A program for high school students between their junior and senior year 




  • National Geographic
    Scientific American
    Popular Science


  • PBS programs such as Nature and NOVA
    Animal Planet
    National Geographic




    Propeller – helps students understand basic electronics and programming a micro
    Vex Robotics
    Nerd Kits
    Make – all sorts of cool projects that are detailed.


    Volunteering Opportunities:

  • Mad Science
    Butler County Humane Society
    Raptors Inc
  • Advertisements

    March 16, 2011 at 2:43 am

    Last Practice This Wednesday

    We’ll have one final practice this Wednesday. We’ll wrap up some of this year and we’ll discuss some ways to continue an interest in science, technology, and engineering.

    March 14, 2011 at 12:20 pm 2 comments

    No practice this week

    We will have our last meeting next week 3/16.

    March 8, 2011 at 3:49 pm

    Roster Update

    It appears we missed a scheduling conflict on the roster. Please note a new roster has been released and Jordan Cline will be doing Anatomy.

    The events that are walk-ins (we discussed this at practice) are denoted by WI directly below the event name. Events that require impound are also noted as such (IMP).

    March 3, 2011 at 10:53 pm

    Campus maps

    Some parents have asked about maps of the campus.  Maps can be located here.  The campus is relatively easy to navigate.

    March 3, 2011 at 11:41 am 2 comments

    Media Waiver Form

    The regional tournament has requested that the students and parents sign a media waiver form. This helps to publicize Science Olympiad, but is optional for those who do not wish to sign the form. Please bring these forms to home base the day of competition.

    March 1, 2011 at 10:44 pm

    Cincinnati Regional Directions

    As the competition is coming up next week (March 5th) I thought it would be good to share the final information with all parents.

    Please check and print out a copy of the latest roster. Fortunately, we were able to get the timeslots we wanted and thus there are no additional roster changes. The roster (which now includes some additional information at the bottom) is located here.

    All students should be at the home base no later than 7:15 AM. Please be on time or early. Note that we will not be meeting at the school since Raymond Walters is so close. If you cannot provide transportation for your student to the competition please make arrangements with a another teammate.

    The awards ceremony for this competition is mandatory. We typically do fairly well at this competition and we need those who place to be there to accept their medals. Also we will most likely do a team photo prior to the awards ceremony. If you have any questions regarding the competition please don’t hesitate to ask.

    Directions to the competition:

    February 25, 2011 at 1:33 am

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