K-12 Field trips to UA
There is no better method for introducing your students to real world science and mathematics than a visit to the UA campus. Some of the most prominent scientific research programs in the world are here, such as the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research and the Steward Observatory Mirror Lab. Many programs invite students into the laboratory where actual research is underway. Our Marine Discovery program provides a hands-on marine biology lesson in a real UA teaching laboratory.
Bring Your Class to Campus
Flandrau, located on the UA campus, offers hands-on science exhibits, exciting shows in the planetarium theater and science workshops.
The University of Arizona Herbarium houses the world's best scientific collection of vascular plants from the arid Southwest.
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
The Laboratory is a widely known and frequently used educational attraction for many types of groups including University of Arizona classes and labs, class groups from other universities, class groups from primary and secondary schools, and various non-academic organizations.
Marine Discovery (ECOL 450)
A marine biology outreach program for elementary and middle school students, taught by undergraduates in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
Physics Lab Tours and Demonstrations
The Physics Department presents lectures, lab demonstrations and tours to school groups and individuals.
Steward Observatory Mirror Lab Tours
The Steward Observatory Mirror Lab offers guided tours to students, visiting astronomers, astronomy clubs and the general public.
UA Museum of Natural History
Five zoological collections (invertebrates, fishes, amphibians and reptiles, birds and mammals) focus on the fauna of southwestern North America.