For the Public

The College of Science offers a wide range of programs designed to inform and engage the public in scientific research while supporting the community. 

UA Biosphere 2 and Flandrau Science Center make scientific issues more accessible to the public. 

UA Sky School provides Youth Astronomy Observing programs at the Mt Lemmon SkyCenter.  Observing programs provide a variety of astronomy related educational opportunities for students to observe the universe using UA telescopes.  Programs can be customized to fit your group.

The UA Science Lecture Series hosts presentations on a diverse set of topics, informing the public on scientific developments and studies.

UA Science's geo-tourism collaboration includes the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Kartchner Caverns State Park, Biosphere 2, and UA Science Mt. Lemmon Sky Center, bringing several science-focused organizations together for the benefit of the community.