Penn Kids Judge! Neuroscience Fair (Slideshow)

Local students visit campus to “judge” hands-on science activities developed by Penn students. May 5, 2016 Text by Blake Cole / Event photos by Brooke Sietinsons Over 100 third- and fourth-graders from the Cornerstone Christian Academy and Beulah Baptist Christian Day School spent a morning on the Penn campus “judging” hands-on science activities developed by students at Penn, including undergraduate Biological Basis of Behavior program majors and graduate students in neuroscience. We spoke with Jennifer Deng, C’16, about her exhibit and her experience with the local students:“I’m a neuroscience major, so this is one of my favorite events of the year. I taught an experiment called “The Nose Knows,” which teaches the mechanisms behind smell and highlights all the roles of the nose. During one part of the experiment, we…

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