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Grownup's Night at the Museum

Science Teachers' Association of NYS - Eastern Section

Friday, May 3, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM (EDT)

Schenectady, NY

Grownup's Night at the Museum

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The Eastern Section of STANYS and miSci are pleased to host a special evening for science teachers and other grownups interested in an exciting and stimulating evening of fun and games. Munch on tapas style food, sip drinks while perusing miSci’s new, rotating and permanent exhibits. • New: IBM Think: This State of the Art exhibit is on a world tour with a stop at miSci. It has been at the Lincoln Center in NYC and Epcot Center at Disney World. • Rotating Exploritorium exhibits: “Seeing is Believing” will be at the Museum until June when the Robotic dinosaurs move in for the summer. A new Exploritorium exhibit on motion will replace “Seeing is Believing” at that time. • Permanent exhibits: See how technology has changed from the 19th-21st centuries. Charge up at the Vander Graaf generator and interact with many other exciting exhibits from Moon Rovers to MRI’s. • Star Gazing: Dudley Observatory Rising Stars will provide telescopes for night sky viewing • Planetarium shows: 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 PM • Scavenger Hunt with prizes

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When & Where

miSci (formerly the Schenectady Museum)
15 Nott Terrace Heights
Schenectady, NY 12308

Friday, May 3, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM (EDT)

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Science Teachers' Association of NYS - Eastern Section

Mission Statement

STANYS promotes excellence in science education. Its mission is to work with educators and communities to provide opportunities for all students to participate in and learn science.


  • Serve as an effective forum and voice for the science teachers in the Greater Capital Region
  • Sponsor meetings for professional development
  • Help exchange ideas concerning effective classroom procedures
  • Take definite stands and actions publicly on issues that affect the preparation, work, and welfare of science teachers; to promote better science programs in the schools
  • Promote research in science education


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