Science Gallery: HUSTLE for 2018 Annual Report
- Mediator Emma Kull discusses SurveillAnts with Senator Gary Peters.
- During the VIP preview of HUSTLE, Jeff Grabill, Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Technology, speaks about Science Gallery's role in shaping the future of university public engagement. Photo by Tafari Stevenson-Howard.
- Mediator Manna Chowdhury by "Blood, Sweat, and Tears" (Photo by Tafari Stevenson-Howard).
- Science Gallery mediator Allyssa Harris converses with a guest around the exhibit "Blood, Sweat, and Tears." Composed of artist Tarah Rhoda's own blood, sweat, and tears, the piece reacts when skin makes contact with the salt switch (Photo by Mark Sullivan).
- HUSTLE, Science Gallery Lab Detroit's first exhibition, opened June 16 at 1001 Woodward. The exhibition examined the many definitions of survival and success.
- April Clobes, President and CEO of MSUFCU, speaks with mediator Rhythym Petty about "Get More," which examined what compels our interactions on social media (Photo by Tafari Stevenson-Howard).
- April Clobes, Dr. Beronda Montgomery, and Dr. Tonya Matthews discuss the ways that art and science influence their lives at an East Lansing version of The Intersection. (Photo by Mark Sullivan)
- Audience members await the next poet during the STEAM Engine, a science-themed poetry slam (Photo by Corrina Van Hamlin).
- The Girls in Engineering Academy program visits HUSTLE (Photo credit: Xavier Cuevas).