Science outing exploration this weekend in Rzeszów. The three days will be filled with engaging performances, workshops and exhibitions.
The event will begin with flying on Friday at the Flight Training Center of the Rzeszów University of Technology in Jasionka, which is organized under the theme “Learn to become a pilot!”. From 16 to 19 you will be able to visit hangars and learn the secrets of training in flight simulators. Excursion participants can use the special bus line “OKL”, which will run for free to Jasionka.
On Saturday, the organizers, in turn, invite you to a lot of impressions of the flag. The excursion will take place in the center of Rzeszów, near the Multimedia Fountain and Rzeszów Castle. The program includes performances, workshops and exhibitions in the kiosks of the tent town. There will be planes, Mars rovers, anatomical models and microscopes. There will also be scientific presentations by teachers from the Copernican Science Center and the “Mądry Dzieciak” project. In total, more than 50 unique viewing platforms have been planned – says Mirosław Ruszała of EKOSKOP, co-organizer of the walk.
With an outing, we want to show that learning is not boring and can be great – says Mirosław Ruszała.
The explorations will end with Medical Sunday, whose motto will be “Know thyself on a micro and macro scale!”. It will be held from 10:00 to 16:00 in the building of the Department of Humanities of the University of Rzeszów at ul. Black Lasik. This is where workshops and lectures on anatomy, physiotherapy, healthy nutrition, games for children, pressure measurements, blood sugar levels and body composition analysis will be held.
The voyage of discovery takes place thanks to the cooperation of two universities in the region – Rzeszów University and Rzeszów University of Technology. Ignacy Łukasiewicz and NGOs – WKOSKOP Association and ExploRes Association.
The event is held under the auspices of Radio VIA
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