Winter 2017: 3D printing the past; Engineering Club reaches for the sky; Professors talk Zika; New research on measuring greenhouse gases; Letting the good be the enemy; Syllabus; Socrates returns to life (momentarily)
When Stephanie Wortel ’06 asked a group of middle schoolers to draw a scientist, they mostly depicted old white men with kooky hair and lab coats. Wortel certainly didn’t see herself, or more importantly the children, represented in the drawings.
Frequencies are fascinating fun. Professor Beth Parks helps Peter Juviler ’15 and Jodi Forward ’15 tee up an oscilloscope to measure the frequencies of musical notes rung on tuning forks for Physics 112 lab. (Photo by Andrew Daddio)