2019 Open House & Celebration of Community at Sage Bionetworks
2901 3rd Ave., #330 Seattle, WA 98121
2019 Open House & Celebration of Community
Sage Bionetworks invites its community of collaborators & friends to our year-end open house
Wednesday – Dec. 4, 2019 – 5:00-7:00 pm
Sage Bionetworks 2901 3rd Ave., #330 Seattle, WA 98121
Our Research Community – It’s the end of our 10th anniversary year and we want to raise a celebratory toast to our community of research collaborators and friends. Join us for a casual and friendly open house, and feel free to bring any colleagues who might want to learn more about Sage.
Food, Drinks, Art – We’re featuring art by Seattle-based artists Malayka Gormally and Tom Gormally, whose works are influenced by community. The food is by renowned chef Eric Rivera, of Addo. He’s put together a menu that has something for everyone, but we’re most excited about the dishes inspired by his Cuban heritage. Sage is providing an assortment of beers, wines and non-alcoholic beverages.
Artwork: “Two Friends at the Ethiopian Community in Seattle” by Malayka Gormally. 2019. Ink, watercolor, gouache on paper handmade in India from recycled clothing. 19″ x 25″
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Advisors needed for Ballard HS students preparing for regional science fair
Ballard High School Library, 1418 NW 65th St, Seattle, WA 98117
Ballard High School students are preparing projects for the Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) that takes place jn March 2020.
Student projects will focus on sustainability and most projects are in the fair’s engineering category. Advisors with expertise in science or engineering are encouraged to participate. Engineering and technology experts are particularly needed.
Advisors are invited to attend one or more project work days. On Dec. 5, students will be planning their projects. On Dec. 19 and in January, projects will be viewed in various stages of development. The works days take place in the Ballard High School Library, 9:45-11:50 am.
Contact Penny Pagels at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping advise and mentor students as they plan and work on their projects.
Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) has two broad areas – science and engineering. Within those groups, there are several categories in which students can enter. Science categories include: Environmental Sciences, Microbiology, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Energy and Transportation, Environmental Management, Medicine and Health Sciences, and Plant Sciences. Engineering categories include: Electrical & Mechanical or Materials & Bioengineering.
Information about last year’s CSRSEF is available at: https://www.bellevuecollege.edu/sciencefair/