University museums are noteworthy for their location, resources, audience, and academic prestige. Join us on June 9 "up on the hill" at UC Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science for a rare opportunity to learn what it's like running one of the Bay Area's most beloved public science centers.
Find out what excites current staff about STEM education and new technologies, and how this university museum is uniquely equipped to serve students of ALL ages.
Founded in 1968 in honor of Cal's first Nobel Laureate Ernest Orlando Lawrence, the Hall has attracted visitors for generations through its hands-on exhibits, curriculum design, and professional development.
Check-in starts at 4 pm
4-5 pm - Participants Self-Tour the Hall
5-6:30 pm - Program in the 3D theater
6:30-7:30 pm - Networking and Refreshments
Lawrence Hall of Science Speakers
Craig Strang, Associate Director
Monika Mayer, Director of Ingenuity Programs
Lisa Newton, Associate Research & Evaluation Specialist, Research Group
Darrell Porcello, Director, Center for Technology Innovation
Suzy Loper, Curriculum Co-Director, Learning Design Group
Lauren Friedband, Assistant Director of Marketing, Moderator