TSCN Flyers, Posters, and Other Adverts Competition

 

Results of the 2018 Summer Competition

 

The 42 graphics submitted for the competition were judged by all attendees at the 2018 TSCN workshop. It was a tough choice because literally all of the entries were of first rate quality. The top three winners received monetary awards. We will repeat this competition throughout the fall, so get creative in your Cafe promotional materials and win the prizes. $30 first place, $20 second place and $10 third place.

 

First prize for “Lemurs. Enough Said” went to the North Carolina Museum of Natural History site of the Open Minds Teen Science Cafés-Raleigh.

Second prize for “Dead men do tell tales…” went to the TSC for ME-Denver-Dover site of the Maine Math and Science Alliance. Graphic by Harris Millette, 11th grade.

Third prize for “Mindful Matters” went to the MIT Museum Teen Science Café.

 

Below is a list of the other entries in the competition:

 

Brain Science

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Santa Fe Indian School (NM)

 

Environmental Science: The effects of pollution on aquatic life

Central Texas Teen Science Café (TX)

 

Crash Course in Design Thinking

Dallas Zoo Teen Science Café (TX)

 

The Science of Love and Heartbreak, “Bee Conservation: why bother?, and The Science and Engineering of Space Exploration

4-H Teen Science Café (NJ)

 

What’s a Teen Science Café?

Mescalero Apache Teen Science Café (NM)

 

Idaho Students Talk to Astronauts in Space! (ID)

 

Join Us, Teen Science Café, Lead and Learn!

Pueblo City-County Library (CO)

 

Resilience and the Brain

Dallas Zoo Teen Science Café (TX)

 

A Magus, Magic, and the Magus Effect: and maybe even some amusing mathematics

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Española (NM)

 

Rivers: the arteries of the earth

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Taos (NM)

 

Climate Modeling, Ice Sheets, and Sea Level

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Los Alamos (NM)

 

Bath Bomb Science

Atlanta Teen Science Café (GA)

 

Talking With the Animals

Open Minds Teen Science Café-Whiteville (NC)

 

The Science of Love and Heartbreak

4-H Teen Science Café (NJ)

 

X-Small Tech Café

Ypsilanti District Library (MI)

 

Brainhackers

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Taos (NM)

 

Big Data Academy Science Cafés

National Optical Astronomy Observatory (AZ)

 

Steam Speaks

Southeast San Diego STEAM Café (CA)

 

Weight, Wait… I Didn’t Know That: Strategies for a more healthful you

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Española (NM)

 

Coming soon! Teen Science Café

Boys and Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster Teen Science Café (MA)

 

Electrifying Your World

EYH Teen STEM Café (CA)

 

Teen Science Café

Natural History Museum of Utah (art by Erin Kost) (UT)

 

Teen Steam: Explore, create, innovate, lead, learn, collaborate

712 Innovations & Topeka/Shawnee County Library (KS)

 

Teen Science Café: Discover, digest, engage, question, unwind

712 Innovations & Topeka/Shawnee County Library (KS)

 

Climate Change and Ocean Acidification

Southeast San Diego STEAM Café (CA)

 

Seeding the Future: Plant breeding and genetic modification

 

Science, Security, and Nuclear Weapons

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Española (NM)

 

Teen STEM Café: Feed Your Mind

 

Genes in the Kitchen: GMOs and the quest for sustainable agriculture

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Española (NM)

 

Emergency Response Technology: Natural disasters, technology, and teen science cafés!

Maine Math and Science Alliance (ME)

 

Atomic Teen Café

Farmington, New Mexico (NM)

 

Technology for Emergency Response

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Los Alamos (NM)

 

Exploring the Night Sky

Caldwell Engineering and Science Café (ID)

 

Matter vs Antimatter: Why are we here?

Café Scientifique New Mexico-Los Alamos (NM)

 

Astrobiology: Life among the stars

VTeen 4-H Science Pathways Café (VT)

 

Caution! Toxic Zone

Caldwell Engineering and Science Café (ID)

 

Nanomaterials: Mega Importance

Open Minds Teen Science Café-Raleigh (NC)

 

Teen Science Café

Aquarium of the Pacific (CA)

 

Let’s Talk About: Renewable and sustainable energy