“Light Island,” part of a Global Studios science project exhibit at the Kocaeli Science Center in Kocaeli, Turkey.
A small step for Homewood could end up being a giant leap for future generations of Southland residents.
It’s no secret that children who tinker often go on to become engineers, mathematicians and techies. Yet, for some reason, opportunities to play scientist seem few and far between in these parts.
Perhaps that’s why excitement is bubbling in Homewood these days.
A new science center, the first of its kind in the Southland, may soon be coming to the village. Homewood trustees have approved an $80,000 contract with California-based Global Studios to begin developing an educational center that combines fun with science-based concepts…Please click here to read Donna Vickroy’s story in the Tribune/Daily Southtown, or click here to learn more about Global Studios’ collaboration projects.