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High school and Up
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Special Event (i.e. science nights)
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Kate Miller is joined by IceCube undergraduate researcher, Samantha Pedek, in presenting at the Arlington Public Schools' Superintendent's Seminar.

Superintendent’s Seminar is a summer enrichment program for rising 11th and 12th graders who have demonstrated a desire for an academic experience. Approximately 30 students from across the district spend a week participating in activities focusing on this year's theme of leadership.

Kate and Sam give a presentation about their experiences at the South Pole, the science of IceCube, and leadership in a remote location. Hosted by the Arlington Planetarium, the presentation is also accompanied by a viewing of "Chasing the Ghost Particle" in full dome.

Kate and Sam holding up a DOM.

Kate and Sam outside the Arlington Planetarium after their presentation at the Superintendent's Seminar.

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