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San Francisco Exploratorium Trip

Stanford OSA/SPIE, UC Berkeley OSA/SPIE, UC David Optics cub

When: Saturday, October 13

10 am - Meet on campus to carpool to San Francisco

11:30 am - Lunch with Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC Davis optics groups...

Meet other optics/photonics students for lunch at the Exploratorium Cafe. This is a great time to get involved in chapter activities - all new members welcome!

1:00 pm Exploratorium Exhibits: Educational Outreach Inspiration

Explore numerous exhibits such as "Seeing: Light and the Eye", "Color", and the "Microscope Imaging Station" to get ideas for improving our outreach materials

3:30 pm Depart San Francisco to return to campus

Faculty, staff, students, post-docs: Please RSVP to Meredith Lee (stanford.osa@osa.org) with your name and affiliation so a name tag can be created and to help plan for transportation and food. Limited subsidy funds - sign up ASAP before Monday October 8.

http://student-osa.stanford.edu

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