Open to elementary school school students
Session Two (July 12th - August 6th)
Throughout this course we will engage in numerous activities that in turn teach about a multitude of topics in the field of science, such as weather, density, photosynthesis, states of matter, and more. Not only will these students learn about science, but they will have fun doing it. This class is meant to engage students by teaching these concepts in an appealing way by using corresponding experiments to keep students intrigued. Class sessions will consist of lectures, as well as experiments and interactive activities for students.
Schedule: 11 a.m. PST on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Instructor for Science for Kids
Anika Subramanya is a rising Junior at Northwest High School in Maryland. Anika is interested in going to a four year university to pursue a biology major and then go on to medical school. She has taken numerous science courses at her school including Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. In addition, she has taken a Human Anatomy course through BYU and taken Genetics and Immunology through Harvard Medical School.
Anika has recently written a research paper on “The Incorporation of Macrophages into Engineered Cardiac Patches for Enhanced Cardiac Tissue Regeneration” under the mentorship of a PhD candidate from Harvard. She is extremely interested in science and spreading her knowledge with others.