All Events Archive

Online Brown-Bag: Exhibit Small Talk - Tips for Hosting the Nano Mini-Exhibition: Staff Training

Thursday, July 24, 2014

In this first in a series of brown bags about the Nano mini-exhibition, we take a look at different approaches to training staff and volunteers to work with the Nano mini-exhibition. We will review the NISE Network resources available to assist you as you begin and will also hear from partners about their experience preparing staff for ongoing work with the exhibit.

2014 MRS Spring Meeting

Monday, April 21, 2014 to Friday, April 25, 2014

Each year, MRS holds two international meetings, one in Boston in the fall and the other in San Francisco in the spring. The NISE Net participates in these meetings in a variety of ways, holding workshops, professional development sessions, outreach activities, and bringing new scientists into the network.

Online Brown-Bag: The Science Behind NanoDays 2014 - Part 2 (Recorded)

Monday, March 17, 2014

Are you interested in learning more about the science behind the NanoDays activities? Do you want to know more about how the NanoDays activities are related to cutting-edge research? Then this recorded presentation may interest you! This brown-bag focused on the applications and scientific background behind the following NanoDays 2014 kit activities:Exploring Properties - Electric Squeeze and Exploring Properties - Capillary Action.

Online Brown-Bag: Presentation Tips for Reaching Diverse Audiences (Recorded)

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Sheltered instruction helps English-speaking facilitators to reach participants who don't speak English, as well as those who have other language barriers such as hearing impairment or development disorders. This overview will outline when to use sheltered instruction, cover a few of the basic strategies and how the audience benefits from them, and share resources to find out more.

Online Brown-Bag: Nano and Society (Recorded)

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

This online brown bag is designed to empower museum educators to engage visitors in meaningful conversations about the relevance of emerging technologies to our lives. The NISE Net and the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University have collaborated to develop a variety of practical and tested resources to help prepare science museums to connect with our communities and make the experiences we offer relevant to visitors' lives.

Online Brown-Bag: The Science Behind NanoDays 2014 - Part 1 (Recorded)

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Are you interested in learning more about the science behind the NanoDays activities? Do you want to know more about how the NanoDays activities are related to cutting-edge research? Then this recorded presentation may interest you! This brown-bag focused on the applications and scientific background behind the following NanoDays 2014 kit activities: Exploring Materials - Oobleck and Exploring Materials - Ferrofluid.