Caleb Science Club: Fall Sessions
On Saturday, November 12, 2022, the Caleb Science Club will attend the MU Robotics Session which will feature a presentation and Q&A with Somaya Faruqi, a first-year mechanical engineering student at Missouri S&T and she is a former Afghanistan captain of an all-female robotics team. Join us to learn about her journey and her passion for women in engineering and science.
Session Invitation Flyer
Agricultural Engineering Building
1406 Rollins Street
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
SAVE THE DATES
- November 12 – MU Robotics Session – presentation by Somaya Faruqi
- December 3 – Suture Lab
The Caleb Science Club is an opportunity for 5th – 12th graders to gain interactive, hands-on experience and learn more about science, medicine, and healthcare. Check the fall dates below and mark your calendars for the Saturday sessions. Don’t miss out on a chance for students to engage in learning, leadership, and development. We look forward to seeing your student in-person!
Check out the School of Health Professions Newsletter feature Caleb Science Club on September 24th.
Caleb Science Club Students – Complete the survey if you are interested in a medical student contacting you to be your mentor.
Include your name, grade, school, what do you want to do when you grow up, and what things are you interested in now.
Medical and undergraduate students – Please plan to complete the Granny’s House volunteer training program. Also complete the survey for us to help match you with a student.
Contact Ellis Ingram for additional information: 573 268-3592.
Click Here to Register for Caleb Science Club
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WHO can attend: Any student at least in 5th grade. Regular participants in our program are challenged to Take Responsibility for its Leadership.
NOTE: Because some activities are restricted due to age or numbers, advance registration may be required.
You may contact Dr. Ingram if you have questions or concerns (573-268-3592).