A series of programs hosted by different programs at the University of Arizona designed to use hands-on activities to communicate the importance of science, reinforce STEM education, and give undergraduates the opportunity to visit K-12 classrooms and apply their own education to teach subjects to other students.
AP Calculus Class Visits - Driven by the UA Math department, the program sends a team to promote learning mathematical concepts in the classroom with a goal of visiting every high school calculus class in Tucson, at least once a year.
Arizona Mathematics Road Show The Arizona Mathematics Road Show is modeled on The Physics Factory that brings hands-on science activities to schools and Boys and Girls Clubs
Biotechnology Laboratory Experience for High School Students (BLAST) - Students get the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art molecular biological laboratory techniques
NASA Space Grant Program Science Speakers - Science speakers offer a diverse set of presentations on basic science questions and environmental topics.
Physics Factory - Includes the Physics Bus, a science museum on wheels and a team of scientists who enjoy sharing their enthusiasm for science through hands-on learning and stage shows.
Tree-Ring Lab School Presentations - Explore the basics of tree-ring research through exercises and presentations.
- Life Sciences
- Earth Sciences
- Physics and Space Sciences
- Mathematics and Computational Sciences
- Neural, Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences
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