A High School Science Fair
“Exploring Science and Faith”
Guest Presenter: Myron Blosser, Harrisonburg
High School Science Faculty
Student Presentaters: Four Student Winners
Science Fair Context:
In our Christian worldview, we believe God as creator originated our world and the elements within it. As we utilize the tools of science - investigation, discovery, communication - we simultaneously want to recognize and identify the “fingerprints of the Creator” in our work. Consequently, a primary goal of this Elder Exchange Science Fair is to encourage students of high school age, who are initiating explorations in science through the completion of a science research project, to also recognize and describe the integration of vibrant Christian faith within their work.
5:30 - 6:30 p.m. ~ Detwiler Auditorium open to visit student project displays
6:30 - 8:10 p.m. ~ Elder Exchange Forum Evening Program
6:30 p.m. ~ Announcement and awarding of project prizes
6:40 p.m. ~ Guest Presentation: Myron Blosser
7:10 p.m. ~ Formal Student Project oral presentations featuring the top four projects; each 10 minute student presentation will be followed by 4 minutes of audience Q&A.
8:10 p.m. ~ Benediction and Dismissal