Hi all, a much-needed update on things in science club:
Our new officer team has been elected (thanks for everyone who showed up to vote):
President: James Ma
Vice-presidents: Steven Hao and Tony Jiang
Secretary: Jimmy Zeng
Treasurer: Dolly Yuan
Come out to the meeting on Friday to celebrate the end of AP testing and to meet our new officers! (sorry if you have a test during lunch xP)
Tomorrow we’ll be having our amazing Eric Xu present on his award-winning research project! Come and learn about his experiences and how you might get involved too.
Lynbrook Science is selling t-shirts! The order form is available here, and the cost will be $15. Those who are on any of the Science Bowl/Olympiad teams are required to get a t-shirt so we can look awesome at events.
Hope you’re enjoying the holidays!
This Friday’s meeting is cancelled due to the Thiel Fellowship presentation scheduled during lunch. This is only available to juniors and seniors, and signups are available here.
In other news, Physics Olympiad sign ups have begun. If you would like to participate, sign up here and give $4 to James Ma, our treasurer, by next Thursday, Dec. 6th.
The last of our student lectures (for now) will be given by Jack Takahashi, who will be presenting on his experiences in biology research.
Science Olympiad tryouts have been scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 20th, and will be at 3:10 in Dr. Rocklin’s room 501. The signup form is located *here*
The tryouts will last for approximately 90 minutes and will consist of three 30 minute tests. Pick three subjects that you are experienced with – note that there is an advantage to picking less popular subjects, so choose wisely!
Next up in our series of student lectures is Eesha Khare, who will be presenting on her experiences doing chemistry research! Stay tuned for announcements on our Science Olympiad tryouts, especially if you have experience in engineering or chemistry.
Hi everyone, be sure to come out to our next science club meeting, where Johnny will be presenting about his experiences with computer science research.
Just a reminder that the Ocean Science Bowl tryouts will be held Thursday, after school in the cafeteria.
Happy science-ing over Halloween!