SCIENCE IN THE PARKS:
A six-week summer outreach program designed for children of all ages. Each week we visit a different park, each day we present a collection of interactive, playful, and fun science activities.
3... 2... 1... Engage in Science!
The College of Science at Weber State University is dedicated to supporting science and math education in the northern Utah community. Our outreach program is geared toward providing resources that enable hand-on learning, supporting community engagement, and making math and science a fun and engaging experience for children of all ages!
Due to the current environment some events are revised, postponed, or cancelled. Refer to event's page for details.
For communication and resources regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) visit WSU's designated website .
Community events and resources that provide a hands-on science and math experience.
SCIENCE IN THE PARKS:
PHYSICS OPEN HOUSE:
Join us for demonstrations, presentations, and interactive experiences for the entire family. Doors are open to the general public. Activities range from whimsical to practical.
Offering educational support and entertaining public outreach as part of the Physics and Astronomy Department. The full dome theater & public observatory are available for reservations.
Science and math experiences that help high school students explore different subjects.
ANATOMY LAB TOUR:
Supported by the human anatomy program, it offers local schools an immersive tour to augment the curriculum, enrich the learning environment and expose them to the opportunities at WSU.
N. UTAH STEM EXPO:
Davis, Morgan, Ogden and Weber Districts students and teachers engage in demonstrations and workshops, while gaining insight into S.T.E.M. careers & higher education options.
Local high school students (grades 9-12) participate with faculty and staff for a day of science-related workshops. Students get an in-depth look at classes, lab research and careers.
Resources and events that help teachers understand and teach science and math on a more interactive level.
TEACHER TWILIGHT: Workshops help local teachers learn and implement the new SEED standards. Events include topics in Integrating Art & Science, Climate Science, Science Misconceptions & more!
ABOUT SCIENCE & MATH OUTREACH ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
College of Science Coordinator of Community Engagement
Science Education Center
Weber State University
College of Science
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2501
Ogden, UT 84408-2501
Tracy Hall Science Center (TY204)
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