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Science Literacy Week: Home

Stop by the Sciences and Technology Library and pick out an interesting and fun science book to read. 

September 17 - 21, 2018

PODCAST SERIES: WESTCOAST WOMEN IN ENGINEERING, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY.        

 

 

Astronomy Night – Boldly Go: Science Fiction to Science Fact

 

CHECK OUT THIS WOMEN IN SCIENCE PODCAST!

Check out these science exhibits on campus!

Ed Leith Cretaceous Menagerie

Ed Leith Cretaceous Menagerie

 

The Ed Leith Cretaceous Menagerie is located on the main floor of the Wallace Building. The Menagerie contains four spectacular skeletal replicas of gigantic creatures of the Cretaceous Period as well as several interpretative panels. Click on the image to access the Virtual museum.

 

 

 

 

Robert B. Ferguson Museum of Mineralogy

Robert B. Ferguson Museum of Mineralogy

 

The Robert B. Ferguson Museum of Mineralogy contains more than 7500 mineral samples. A large number of the specimens are exhibited in cabinets in the Cretaceous Menagerie with the remaining samples displayed in cabinets lining the corridor of the main floor of the Wallace Building.

 

 

 

 

Geometric Models and more

Geometric model - Campanus sphere

 

Located in the tunnel between Machray Hall and Duff Rublin is a display of wood geometric models made by Dr. David Gunderson. In addition to the models there are books, puzzles, historical calculators and slide rules on display.

 

 

 

 

 

Suggested Reads

Suggested Reads