“Lights, Camera, Science!” – New Exhibit in Kresge Library

11x17 lights camera science.smThis fascinating exhibit from the King Collection of historic scientific instruments depicts the history of science education at Dartmouth. Come see this display of historic instruments used at Dartmouth, videos demonstrating the instruments in use, and replicas and hands-on activities that demonstrate the scientific principles behind the originals.

“Lights, Camera, Science!” is a student-curated exhibit, the work of students in “Reading Artifacts” (CoCo 12), a class taught by Prof. Richard Kremer of the Department of History.IMG_1709

Event opening Thursday!  Read on …  

Come to the event opening reception this Thursday, March 6 from 7 – 8:30 pm, in Kresge Library and on the 3rd floor of Fairchild Tower, just outside Kresge!

“On behalf of the Reading Artifacts class and Kresge Library, we’d like to invite you to the opening of our student-curated “Lights, Camera, Science” exhibit this Thursday, March 6 from 7 – 8:30 pm. Come enjoy Lou’s cakes and beverages, as well as our display of historic instruments used at Dartmouth in science education, videos demonstrating the instruments in use, and replicas and hands-on activities that demonstrate the principles behind the originals. We hope that you can join us!”

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