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World Genesis Foundation Sponsors Astronomy, Fractals, and Global Climate Change Projects at 2008 UNESCO Program

Rochester, New York, USA - July 24, 2008

World Genesis Foundation Sponsors Astronomy, Fractals, and Global Climate Change Projects at 2008 UNESCO Program
Joel Castellanos from the
University of New Mexico speaks
with youth at fractal program
       
World Genesis Foundation Sponsors Astronomy, Fractals, and Global Climate Change Projects at 2008 UNESCO Program
Participants learn about new telescope
donated by WGF to UNESCO program
and Romanian Schools.
 
World Genesis Foundation Sponsors Astronomy, Fractals, and Global Climate Change Projects at 2008 UNESCO Program
Viviana Vladutescu, global climate
change expert, speaking to all program
participants in evening program
 
World Genesis Foundation Sponsors Astronomy, Fractals, and Global Climate Change Projects at 2008 UNESCO Program
American Author Peter Moon
photographing Romanian Sphinx
during cultural tour of Romania.
 
World Genesis Foundation Sponsors Astronomy, Fractals, and Global Climate Change Projects at 2008 UNESCO Program
Joel Castellanos presenting to youth
in afternoon at UNESCO program
in Romania.
 
The World Genesis Foundation announced today expansion plans and its gratitude to two international scientists traveling to support an upcoming UNESCO science projects in Romania.

"We are deeply touched by the commitment of these guests who are volunteering their personal time to work with youth in Eastern Europe next month. Our VIP guests this year include Joel Castellanos and Viviana Vladutescu. Joel Castellanos is from the University of New Mexico who will be teaching fractals and chaos theory. Viviana Vladutescu, a professor from the City University of New York, is an expert referred to us by NASA who will teach about global climate change. We are grateful for their support and look forward to the new learning opportunities and cultural exchanges that will be created for youth by their involvement," said David Lewis Anderson, President and CEO of the World Genesis Foundation.

As part of this years program the World Genesis Foundation, in cooperation with Dan Milici of the Cygnus Scientific Society, have also donated a new telescope that with be used for youth programs at both UNESCO projects for youth and afterward throughout schools in Romania.

The World Genesis Foundation was founded on November 30, 1999 and is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to a vision and mission to "leave no child without hope for the future."  Headquartered in Santa Fe, NM USA, the foundation supports activities worldwide to create educational, scientific and cultural opportunities for youth with a special focus in areas of the world where these opportunities are limited or do not exist.


Links:

Atlantykron Summer Academy of Learning - www.Atlantykron.org
City University of New York (CUNY) - www.cuny.edu
Metropolitan Opera of New York City - www.LincolnCenter.org
Skybooks USA - www.SkybooksUSA.com
The World Genesis Foundation - Official Site - www.WorldGenesis.org
University of New Mexico - www.cs.unm.edu

Contact:

Public Relations, press@WorldGenesis.org, World Genesis Foundation, 14050 W Van Buren St # 404, Goodyear, AZ 85338, UNITED STATES of AMERICA

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