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Rochester Museum and Science Center (RMSC)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

School visits, teaching resources, programs, Planetarium; Location: Rochester, NY

Pittsburgh State University (PSU)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

The Physics department at Pittsburg State University has expanded to provide outreach services. These services include classroom presentations or lessons, in-service programs, teacher workshops, and courses for academic credit. The department owns several classroom kits that can be used for...

USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory (USGSCVO)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Information and materials on volcanoes and preparedness for disasters, Annual Events, teaching resources; Location: Vancouver, WA Many students have a natural curiosity about volcanoes. Encourage their interest and help them understand that living near a volcano is an opportunity for learning,...

New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources (NMBGMR)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Geology museum (free of charge), earthquake web site, publications, radio broadcasts, resources for teachers; Location: Socorro, NM

Science Museum of Minnesota (SMM)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

SciEd is science education support and programs for teachers. Working with teachers, we strive to advance science literacy through dynamic resources: field trips to the museum, in-school visits, curriculum support, Science House lending library, and professional development.; Location: St. Paul...

College of William and Mary (W&M)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Geology majors visit classrooms with activities; Location: Williamsburg, VA

ExxonMobil
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

ExxonMobil employees conduct science activities with students and teachers in school settings; Location: Houston, TX

Stanford University
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

First and second graders come to Stanford for activities with geoscientists; Location: Stanford, CA

The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University (ANSP)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Academy On the Go (outreach to schools); fairs and festivals; family programs; Location: Philadelphia, PA

Geophysical Society of Houston (GHS)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Science Fair Judging; Houston-based energy and Sally Ride science festivals during Earth Science Week; Location: Houston, TX

Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Bring Field Geology Into Your Classroom! During Chevron Earth Science on Wheels, an HMNS staff member will bring field geology, fossils and more to your classroom through interactive, hands-on presentations! We offer four separate programs, each with a different emphasis; fee charged; Location:...

Boise State University (BSU)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

In addition to serving the community through research and education, Boise State University and the Department of Geosciences are committed to public service through outreach efforts. The Department of Geosciences is eager to work with local teachers and classes to enhance Earth Science...

AAG, Esri
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Esri and the American Association of Geographers (AAG) are working together to develop a nationwide network of GeoMentors to support the US Department of Education's ConnectED Program, for which Esri has agreed to donate free GIS software to all K-12 schools in the US. GeoMentors will help...

United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

EPA divers can visit K-12 classrooms to talk with students about ocean stewardship. Often these visits include pictures and video of aquatic creatures as well as images of polluted water sites that inform students how EPA uses scientific diving to help protect our underwater environment. Some...

Northrop Grumman
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Welcome to the Northrop Grumman Education Outreach Initiatives page. Here, you'll find a variety of resources connecting education and the defense technology Northrop Grumman is known for. Fin information on school competitions, partnerships, commemorative days and activities, and more.

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Jeff Raska, a school garden specialist with the AgriLife Extension in Texas, works with numerous programs and offers practical advice to schools establishing a school garden. In a recent post on the USDA blog, Raska discusses why it's important to have a strong school garden committee to...

Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists (AEG)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

AEG has developed a Visiting Professionals Program to promote the exciting career that is environmental and engineering geology. Whether you are a student interested in learning more about the profession, or an experienced professional ready to promote the benefits our industry provides, this...

Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

Project ASTRO™ is a national program that improves the teaching of astronomy and physical science by linking professional and amateur astronomers with local educators. Each astronomer is matched with an educator in a one-on-one partnership and commits to visiting the educator’s students at least...

Microscopy Society of America (MSA)
Resource Type: School-based Outreach Programs

The Microscopy Society of America (MSA) became part of the effort with Project MICRO (Microscopy In Curriculum - Research Outreach). MICRO puts MSA members, teaching materials, and microscopes in middle school classrooms nationwide. Detailed science curricula like 'Microscopic Explorations" have...

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Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) and the Johnson Space Center (JSC)

The Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) and the Johnson Space Center (JSC) have a long and successful history of collaborative research and exploration activities that began with the Apollo program. The LPI and JSC have harnessed that heritage to build the Center for Lunar Science and...

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Eclipse Megamovie 2017

The Eclipse Megamovie Project will gather images of the 2017 solar eclipse from over 1,000 volunteer photographers and amateur astronomers, as well as many more members of the general public. We'll then stitch these media assets together to create an expanded and continuous view of the total...

Mars Terra Meridiani surface imagery from NASA's Mars Odyssey Spacecraft
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Astronomy Study Unit (ASU)

If you love astronomy and stamp collecting, ten the Astronomy Study Unit is for you. The purpose of the Astronomy Study Unit is to collect and study philatelic material portraying the various aspects of astronomy, astrology, and related subjects, and to communicate this knowledge to unit members...

Hunter's Moon during a Lunar Eclipse
Commemorative Days and Events
Science-Technology Activities and Resources For Libraries (STARnet)

Thanks to the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation (with additional help from Google,) 2 million pairs of eclipse glasses will be distributed free through public libraries in anticipation of this August’s solar eclipse.   More than 2,000 public libraries will receive a package of free glasses, plus...

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