I can't tell you how much my
enjoyed your show last Sunday! You went out of your way to tell people
it wasn't magic--but it was! It's the best kind of magic--magic of
and of excitement about science which suddenly becomes self-sustaining
in children of all ages and encourages them to learn more about
Thanks for the opportunity.
--Terry Kelly, Dynatech Corporation, Madison
Clint Sprott: I loved your show!
I love Physics.
--Donna E. Shalala, former Secretary of Health and Human Services
Thanks so much for making The
of Physics available to our school. The students and teachers enjoyed
it. It will give us all a new interest in the applications of science
students sometimes think has no meaning.
--Art Masshardt, science teacher, Sun Prairie (WI) Junior High
I want to congratulate you for
excellent presentation you made last Friday evening. You and your
deserve special thanks for a highly successful outreach activity. I am
interested in acquiring a videotape of this year's presentation as well
as one from last year. There are physics teachers in the Washington
that I talk to periodically and I would like them to see what you have
--Bassam Z. Shakhashiri, former assistant director Science and Engineering Education, National Science Foundation
I know that the local educators,
students, and community benefit from the efforts of all who present
and exhibits during these intense days of educational outreach. I
strongly support this activity.
--N. Anne Davies, Associate Director for Fusion Energy Sciences, Office of Energy Research, Department of Energy
Thank you for such an
and enlightening performance. I am pleased that so many schools are
the tapes you produced. I'm sure they help to make science more fun and
less frightening. Keep up the good work.
--Kenneth A. Shaw, former president University of Wisconsin System
His laboratory table was packed
with all the tools of his trade: beakers, electrical generators, bunson
burners, and flasks of bubbling liquid nitrogen. Such unbridled
would warm the heart of Sir Isaac Newton, whose bust presided over the
--The Wisconsin State Journal, February 15, 1989
You make in this way an
contribution to the community--and doubtless kindle among many of
ages a keen interest in the wonders of physics!
--Robert M. O'Neil, former president University of Wisconsin System
Your endeavors to educate the
about the principles and wonders of physics further affirms the
of Wisconsin's commitment of quality education and community
I salute you for your efforts and your outstanding work at the UW and
--Tommy G. Thompson, former Governor of Wisconsin and Secretary of Health and Human Services
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