“Science You Can See (and Hear)”

This year’s Faraday Lecture will be presented by the team of Colin Gould and Gregg Gould. The demonstrations performed will fall in two general areas; electromagnetic induction and sound. Many of the demonstrations will utilize particularly large-scale apparatus to help the audience see/hear the scientific principles involved. These lectures/demonstrations are entertaining as well as educational.

You’ll be on the edge of your seat watching science in action!


This event is free and open to schools and the public

Tuesday & Wednesday, November 13 & 14, 2018
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall – Oakland


The Tuesday lecture is primarily for middle school students (grades 7-8), with a limit of 100 students per school. (High schools are permitted to request up to 50 balcony tickets)

The Wednesday lecture is primarily for high school students (grades 9-12), with a limit of 40 students per school. (Additional tickets may be requested for either day and will be distributed as available.)

Two Ways to Attend:

    TEACHERS: BRING YOUR CLASS – RSVP REQUIRED

    Tuesday, November 13: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
    Middle School (limited to 100 tickets per school)
    High School (limited to 50 tickets per school)

    Wednesday, November 14: 10:15 am – 11:45 am
    High School (limited to 40 students per school)

    SCHOOL INVITATION LETTER

    OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – NO TICKETS REQUIRED

    Tuesday, November 13, 2016: 7:00 pm
    Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall

    PUBLIC VIEWING FLYER
Attend the Lecture


Request tickets for your school for either Tuesday’s or Wednesday’s performance.

No tickets needed for the Tuesday night performance.

REQUEST TICKETS

Have a Question?


Cally Shouse
shousec@pittcon.org

Faraday Lecture Sponsors

The Faraday Lecture is sponsored by the Society of Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP) and the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh (SSP).

Both societies are non-profit organizations dedicated to furthering science education in the Western Pennsylvania region.

For more information, visit the SSP and SACP websites: