June 6th, 2005 •
Participants took a pre-test and did an ice-breaker. • Dr.
G. Meyer, from the Arizona Cancer Center (AZCC) presented "Intro
to Chemicals and Cancer: Preventing cancer by managing
June 6th, 2005cont... • Brink Harrison,
a PULSE teacher conducted the curriculum activity "Chernobyl
Demonstration and Mathematics".
June 7th, 2005 • Dr.
Simon James Cooper's (AZCC) lecture was titled "UV
Exposure and Skin Cancer". • Katy
Honaman, a PULSE teacher discussed "Dangers of
Illiteracy and Language Arts". • Marti
and Rachel described future opportunities with
COEP to the workshop participants. They presented
"PULSE: Promoting Understanding and Learning
for Society & Environmental Health",
and why teachers should join the PULSE Project. • All
the participating teachers marked their schools
on a map of Arizona.
June 8th, 2005 cont... • Workshop
participants chose which lab tour they want to take. This
group toured the Synthetic Chemistry facility and several
other labs at the Department of Chemistry with Dr. Gene Mash.
June 8th, 2005 cont.. • The
second group of participants visited the Imaging Lab at the
Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy. Doug Cromey,
Manager, SWEHSC Cellular Imaging Core explained the functions
advance microscopes. Later the participants visited the
Pharmacy Museum located in the College of Pharmacy building.
June 9th, 2005 • Dr.
Mark R. Riley from the Dept. of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, presented
• Paola Villa Werstler from the AZCC presented the "Arizona Sun Awareness
Project", and demonstrated the puppet show was
June 10th, 2005 cont... • The
curriculum activity on this day was presented by
Rachel Hughes and Kirstin Bittle, a PULSE teacher.
This activity was titled "Hook, Line & Sinker:
Grabbing Students and the Standards with Air Quality
Exercises". This section of the workshop included
several hands-on activities.
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