Science camp a 'blast' at Alvernia
Alvernia and Carpenter Technology teamed-up this summer to give 100 kids (pictured above in Alvernia's O'Pake Science Center) free hands-on experience in chemistry, physics, and applied mathematics. Read the full story in the Reading Eagle.
Pictured above: Tim Armstrong, vice president for Research and Product Commercialization at Carpenter Technology, talks to campers about a chemistry project. Earlier in the day, Armstrong talked to all campers about new opportunities in science and his personal path of discovery in the field.
Pictured above: Dr. Steve Campion
, chair of mathematics and science
, and associate professor of chemistry at Alvernia, works with campers in a "reactive mixtures" experiment.