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Antarctic
Grade
Elementary and Up
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Kate Miller and Katey Shirey spoke about life in Antarctic and the science of IceCube to two groups of ~30 elementary-aged kids at the National Science Foundation's Take-Your-Daughter-or-Son-to-Work Day.

Globe
Kate showing students where the South Pole is on a blow up globe at NSF's Bring-Your-Daughter-or-Son-to-Work Day. Credit: Peter West (NSF)

Kate DOM
Kate shows off the Digital Optical Module (DOM) to students at NSF's Bring-Your-Daughter-or-Son-to-Work Day. Credit: Peter West (NSF)

Audience III
A young girl looks on as Kate presents at NSF's Bring-Your-Daughter-or-Son-to-Work Day. Credit: Peter West (NSF)

kate_two_a
Kate presents to elementary-aged children at NSF's Bring-Your-Daughter-or-Son-to-Work Day. Credit: Peter West (NSF)

katey_portrait
Katey presents to elementary-aged children at NSF's Bring-Your-Daughter-or-Son-to-Work Day. Credit: Peter West (NSF)

neutrino
Katey explains what a neutrino is to elementary-aged children. Credit: Peter West (NSF)

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Kate shows students the inner workings of the Digital Optical Module (DOM). Credit: Peter West (NSF)

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Katey helps kids try on the ECW at NSF's Bring-Your-Daughter-or-Son-to-Work Day. Credit: Peter West (NSF)

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