Science outreach with beakers and brain

Taking lake water sample
CSI-What's Living in the Lake?
Modeling flossing your teeth
CSI-Show me those pearly whites!
Making pan pipes
CSI-Your Brain on Music
Drawing what we see through the microscope
CSI-What's Living in the Lake?
Weighing sugar cubes
CSI-Show me those pearly whites!
Solving puzzles to music
CSI-Your Brain on Music
Under the microscope
CSI-What's Living in the Lake?


Cerebral Science Investigators

Cerebral Science Investigators was initiated by Maggie Blattner ('07) who carried out neuroscience activities with children. The program was expanded to include any and all other science disciplines like biology, chemistry, geology and astronomy and activities are designed to encourage making neural connections as kids think about the meaning of each activity and how they are connected. The program is designed for children K-5 and is led by Wellesley College students.

Topics and Student Coordinators in 2014-2015 included:

  • Your Brain on Music  November 1, 2014                

      Teryn Mitchell '16 and Medeea Popescu '17

  • What's Living in the Lake? (Fresh water ecology) November 8, 2014

       Helena McMonagle '16

  • Show Me Those Pearly Whites! (What makes a healthy smile) February 7, 2015

       Elizabeth Durham '16

CSI is held on 3-4 Saturday mornings per semester from 10 AM-12 PM in the Wellesley College Science Center. For information on CSI for the 2015-2016 academic year, please contact Donna Trainor