Joanne M. O'Meara
From the minds that brought you STEM Week, check out AMASE!
Ask Me Anything: SCIENCE EDITION!
We're doing what we can here at Physics, University of Guelph to help out educators right now.
Do you or your students have fun science questions you'd like to explore?
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Any grade level, any subject, the zanier the better!
Near the end of the each semester in his Classical Mythology (CLAS*2000) class, Professor John Walsh asks his students to nominate people on campus who have made a difference in their lives. He honours these 'legends' with a celebration in class; including prizes, photo ops and lots of cheering.
Joanne O’Meara consistently receives accolades from her students for her enthusiasm and passion for teaching, and for her ability to make physics accessible and engaging. Her pioneering work in using active-learning techniques in her classes and her willingness to explore and share new teaching ideas have revolutionized the teaching of Physics at Guelph and across Canada.
The Physics department has partnered with the Guelph Civic Museum to offer science activities to over 700 grade 6-8 students in honour of STEM week!
Check us out in the news:
School's Out, Museum's In! This PD Day at Guelph Civic Museum is Nuclear Science Day.
Lots of fun S.T.E.M.-themed activities for all ages, all day!
(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
Included with general admission, $5 per person. Children under four years are free. Family admission (up to 2 adults, 4 children) is $15.
- Alexandros Gezerlis
- Carl E. Svensson
- Chris Gray
- Daniel Siegel
- De-Tong Jiang
- Dennis Mücher
- Elisabeth J. Nicol
- Eric Poisson
- Huan Yang
- Iain Campbell
- Joanne M. O'Meara
- John R. Dutcher
- Leonid Brown
- Liliana Caballero
- Martin Williams
- Michael Massa
- Paul Garrett
- Ralf Gellert
- Robert Wickham
- Stefan W. Kycia
- Vladimir Ladizhansky
- Xiaorong Qin