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SETGO Bridge 2010 Scholars, Action Photos & the Bridge Poster

 

 


MATH in theBridge

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Mariah and Jennafer working out problems using their graphing calculators.

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Some of the guys from the afternoon session, working in groups.

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Instructor, Dr. Pam Krompak, reviews scientific notation.

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Morning session participants, Ben and Robert, working together to solve a problem.

GENETICS in the Bridge

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Mother and son team, Zachary and Laura G. prepare some of their samples for testing.

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Jake, Robert and Andrew preparing their lab area.

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Dr. Anne Bullerjah, Genetics instructor for the Bridge.

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Zachary and Andrew following along on a demonstration in the Genetics course regarding the use of the microscopes.

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Alex prepares his cheek cells for isolating his own DNA using household materials.

ECOLOGY in the Bridge

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Students in the ecology field trips learned how to collect samples of organisms in local streams connected to the Maumee river in order to check the water quality.

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Students from the afternoon session meeting to review the procedures together before beginning their field work for the day .

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Melissa, Erin, and Brittany check their manuals to identify one of the organisms found in the water.

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Melissa holds one of the insects for the camera.

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Ecology Instructor, Dr. Joanne Roehrs explains how to read one of the field tools to Connie.

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Jennafer and Alex work to find all the macroinvertabrates in their sample so they can be identified.

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Jake, Robert and Andrew identifying macroinvertebrates.

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Ben checks the turbidity of his water sample.

CHEMISTRY in the Bridge

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Soil samples brought in from each students' home to be tested for nutrient and chemical content.

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Testing the surface tension of water dropped onto a penny... how many drops can you count before it runs over?

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Mariah and Andrew work on gathering materials for one of the daily chemistry experiments.

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Jon S. performing an experiment.

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Hannah measures out the materials for her experiment.

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Chemistry Instructor, Dr. Erika Scheufler, answers a question for Maria and DyLona.

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Maria happily solves a problem on her lab sheet with DyLona's help.

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Charles updates his Blackboard account to make sure all his assignments are on track.

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Melissa and Brittany take a break from their work to chat and smile for the camera.

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Dr. Scheufler helps show Ashley how to write an equation for a chemical reaction.

Bridge PEER MENTORS - The peer mentors are present daily throught the Bridge to assist the instructors and students with their work and questions.

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Peer Mentor, Jean L. assists Alex and Andrew with entering an equation into the graphing calculators

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Bridge Peer Mentor, Wendy O. at the SETGO Summer Research Roundup on July 23rd. She presented a poster to showcase a few of the activities and courses in the Bridge with some of the pictures from above. This helped SETGO participants at BGSU who were not in the Bridge understand what what role it plays in the program. (Special thanks to Wendy for taking a great number of the photos used from this year's Bridge.)