Articles Featuring Our 2019 Science-Art Events

physics girl_edited.jpg

MSU SCICOMM AND FRIB PARTNER TO HOST YOUTUBE STAR

Nearly 500 people attended a live-science art show on Oct. 19 featuring YouTube science communicator “Physics Girl” Dianna Cowern. The crowd included grade-school students, teachers, parents, college students, professors and scientists.

science beer.jpg

The Sci-Files releases beer for science this Saturday!

What do a YouTube star, a new beer, a silicone model of the bladder and a virtual tour of a nuclear facility have in common? They are all part of Michigan State University’s Science Communication student organization’s (MSU SciComm) science-art showcase. MSU SciComm will host a science-art showcase on Oct. 19. A free live show...

sci-files_edited.jpg

MSU SCICOMM HOSTS SCIENCE, ART SHOWCASE OCT. 19

The MSU Science Communication, or SciComm, student organization will host a science-art showcase from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Oct. 19. Theshow will feature YouTube star “Physics Girl” Dianna Cowern. Additional events include a planetarium show, science-art exhibit and a beer release.

The-Sci-Files-Logo-900x900.jpg

The Sci-Files – 10/13/2019 – Dianna Cowern – Physics Girl

This week on The Sci-Files, Chelsie and Danny interview Dianna Cowern (“Physics Girl”). This interview sheds light on Dianna’s experiences as a science communicator. She is the creator and host of the viral and PBS sponsored “Physics Girl” web series with over 1.3...

physics-girl_edited.jpg

MSU SCIENCE MAJORS PRODUCE ART EXHIBIT, PODCAST AND PALE ALE

Who starts a student organization, podcast and releases a craft beer while pursuing doctorate degrees from one of the top science research universities in the state... Michigan State University graduate students Chelsie Boodoo and Daniel Puentes.

  • Instagram
  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter

If you'd like to donate to this organization,

contact us at msuscicomm@gmail.com