SciGirls of the Black Hills is presented by the Journey Museum, Starbase –a Department of Defense Youth Program – and Sanford Underground Laboratory. The meetings in Lead will be held on Saturdays once a month from 9:15-11:15 a.m. at the Sanford Underground Lab Education Department at 630 E. Summit Street. Meeting at the Journey Museum in Rapid City will be on Monday once a month from 3:30-5:30 pm. at 222 New York Street.
Cost for attending SciGirls Club will be $3 per student per meeting. Registration is required and closes Friday morning preceeding Monday's class . If less than 5 girls are per-registered by this time, class will be cancelled. The club meeting in Rapid City will be limited to 20 girls. For information about the Rapid City club, contact Journey Museum Programs and Marketing Director Kristi Thielen at 394-4103 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The club meeting Lead is limited to 25 girls. For information about the club in Lead, contact Peggy Norris at email@example.com.
Join us in learning and having fun with science, technology, engineering and math. For information about SciGirls visit:
Video: Mother Nature's Shoes - Nature's designs, from polar bear paws to penguin flippers, inspire Elin and her best friends to design a safer shoe for walking on Minnesota's icy winter streets.
Activity : Glaciers on the Move (15 min)
Glacier Melting (60 min)
South Dakota in the Ice Age (15 min)
Video: Insulation Station - Cold weather, hot science! SciGirls Greta and her 6th grade pals use passive solar heat and bubble-wrap insulation to warm up an ice shanty on a frozen Minnesota lake.
Activity: Insulation Study (60 min)
Video: Aquabots - Akina and friends dive into underwater robotics at the US Naval Academy, building a "Sea Perch" ROV to investigate artificial oyster reefs in Chesapeake Bay.
Video: Habitat Havoc - Budding naturalist Lea and her SciGirl pals investigate what the non-native Canary Island Palm does to San Diego habitats, comparing the palms to native trees.
Video: Bee Haven - What's the buzz in urban gardens? The SciGirls use math, mapping and data visualization to help a colony of bees thrive in a downtown Phoenix neighborhood.
6/29 6:00 p.m. Night for the Museum Fundraiser.