Pictures of the week: June 10

By Sam Oldenburg and Tucker Covey
Guest speaker Chris Graney explains to WKU biology professor Kerrie McDaniel how Galileo would have seen Jupiter through 17th century telescopes Wednesday, June 8. Chris, a professor of astronomy and physics at Jefferson Community and Technical College in Louisville, spoke to the National Stem Cell Foundation Scholars before setting up telescopes for them to use. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Guest speaker Chris Graney explains to WKU biology professor Kerrie McDaniel how Galileo would have seen Jupiter through 17th century telescopes Wednesday, June 8. Chris, a professor of astronomy and physics at Jefferson Community and Technical College in Louisville, spoke to the National Stem Cell Foundation Scholars before setting up telescopes for them to use. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Malacki Murphy (from left), Eli Finley, and Quentin Grieshop work together to construct structures during Math at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. After building the structures, they tested their stability with the wind from a hair dryer. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Malacki Murphy (from left), Eli Finley, and Quentin Grieshop work together to construct structures during Math at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. After building the structures, they tested their stability with the wind from a hair dryer. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Delaney Daugherty contemplates the construction of her prototype in Science at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. Students chose a real-world problem, invented a device to solve the problem, and built a prototype of their device. Delaney's invention was intended to clean drinking water and regulate its usage. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Delaney Daugherty contemplates the construction of her prototype in Science at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. Students chose a real-world problem, invented a device to solve the problem, and built a prototype of their device. Delaney’s invention was intended to clean drinking water and regulate its usage. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Destry Miller (from left), Delaney Daugherty, and Mac Bettersworth practice juggling during Clowning at Camp Innovate Thursday, June 9.  (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Destry Miller (from left), Delaney Daugherty, and Mac Bettersworth practice juggling during Clowning at Camp Innovate Thursday, June 9. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ainsley Stobaugh (left) and Keri Johnson inflate balloons to use while building a prototype for an their invention to solve a real-world problem Thursday, June 9, during Science at Camp Innovate. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ainsley Stobaugh (left) and Keri Johnson inflate balloons to use while building a prototype for an their invention to solve a real-world problem Thursday, June 9, during Science at Camp Innovate. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Quentin Grieshop laughs after getting covered in styrofoam pieces while constructing a prototype of an invention meant to solve a real-world problem during Science at Camp Innovate Thursday, June 9. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Quentin Grieshop laughs after getting covered in styrofoam pieces while constructing a prototype of an invention meant to solve a real-world problem during Science at Camp Innovate Thursday, June 9. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
SKyTeach Master Teacher Rico Tyler explains a smartphone micrsocope adapter to Anneliese Bopp from Sodus Intermediate School in Sodus, New York, Monday, June 6. The National Stem Cell Foundation Scholars built the adapters, which can be made at a low cost to use in classrooms. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
SKyTeach Master Teacher Rico Tyler explains a smartphone micrsocope adapter to Anneliese Bopp from Sodus Intermediate School in Sodus, New York, Monday, June 6. The National Stem Cell Foundation Scholars built the adapters, which can be made at a low cost to use in classrooms. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Math students work together to construct structures at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. After building the structures, they tested their stability with the wind from a hair dryer. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Math students work together to construct structures at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. After building the structures, they tested their stability with the wind from a hair dryer. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Will Hackbarth shoots a flour-covered marshmallow out of a tube during Science at Camp Innovate Tuesday, June 7. The students measured the distance traveled by their marshmallows and explored what could be done to make them travel further. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Will Hackbarth shoots a flour-covered marshmallow out of a tube during Science at Camp Innovate Tuesday, June 7. The students measured the distance traveled by their marshmallows and explored what could be done to make them travel further. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ava Coffman (left) and Kareena Pansuria wrap yarn around posts to create a pattern during Art at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ava Coffman (left) and Kareena Pansuria wrap yarn around posts to create a pattern during Art at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Quentin Grieshop laughs while acting out the story of the three little pigs in Math during Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. After acting out the story, the students used math and engineering principles to construct houses and test their stability with the wind from a haird dryer. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Quentin Grieshop laughs while acting out the story of the three little pigs in Math during Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. After acting out the story, the students used math and engineering principles to construct houses and test their stability with the wind from a haird dryer. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Rico Tyler (left) helps National Stem Cell Foundation Scholars use a telescope Wednesday, June 8, at Chaney's Dairy Barn outside of Bowling Green. Rico, a master teacher with WKU's SKyTeach program, taught the ten middle school science teachers participating the program a variety of lessons they can take back to their classrooms throughout the week. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Rico Tyler (left) helps National Stem Cell Foundation Scholars use a telescope Wednesday, June 8, at Chaney’s Dairy Barn outside of Bowling Green. Rico, a master teacher with WKU’s SKyTeach program, taught the ten middle school science teachers participating the program a variety of lessons they can take back to their classrooms throughout the week. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Kareena Pansuria practices juggling during Clowning at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Kareena Pansuria practices juggling during Clowning at Camp Innovate Wednesday, June 8. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Dewayne Korby asks Science teacher Jennifer Sheffield a question during Camp Innovate Thursday, June 9. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Dewayne Korby asks Science teacher Jennifer Sheffield a question during Camp Innovate Thursday, June 9. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Keri Johnson gestures to her group member Ainsley Stobaugh while sharing the story their group came up with during Art at Camp Innovate on Monday, June 6. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Keri Johnson gestures to her group member Ainsley Stobaugh while sharing the story their group came up with during Art at Camp Innovate on Monday, June 6. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
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