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The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
Resource Type: Commemorative Days and Events

The World Meteorological Organization has its fundamental mission to support the countries of the world in providing meteorological and hydrological services to protect life and property from natural disasters related to weather, climate, and water, to safeguard the environment, and to...

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL)
Resource Type: Location-based Outreach Programs

Weather Camp is a week-long residential camp, i.e. the campers will spend the week on campus and stay overnight in our East Campus dorms. Breakfast, lunch,and dinner as well as Morning and afternoon snacks are provided each day. Our theme is DISCOVER "Weather and Climate Science". Come and find...

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
Resource Type: Location-based Outreach Programs

Featured in this PDF is information on the many camps held at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology: Fossils: The Path of the Paleontologist; Mining and Explosives Engineering Institute; Geology Rocks! Youth Field Camp in the Black Hills; 3D and Beyond! Mechanical Engineering in the...

Chabot Space and Science Center
Resource Type: Online Outreach Programs

Interactive exhibit that allows visitors to learn more about the changing climate and ways we can solve the climate issue.; Location: Oakland, CA

National Park Service (NPS)
Resource Type: Online Outreach Programs

In this program, park rangers from Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park broadcast live to your classroom from a desk made of snow, located at the base of the Teton Range. During this interactive "talk show," targeted for grades 1-5, students learn how wildlife adapts to weather and an extreme...

National Park Service (NPS)
Resource Type: Online Outreach Programs

In this distance learning program from Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park, students in grades 4-12 research topics of choice, then participate in a live question-and-answer session with a park ranger. The ranger presents a general introduction to the park, then spends the rest of the time...

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Commemorative Days and Events
NISE Network

Ideas for incorporating current science, engineering, and technology content into holidays, seasons, annual events, and special events: from STEM-themed events like National Chemistry Week and Astronomy Day to holidays like Halloween and Valentines Day!

Students test water samples
Location-based Outreach Programs
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Find information about educational opportunities that are available throughout NOAA.

Horsehead Nebula, Bernard 33
Location-based Outreach Programs
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Astronomy Clubs throughout the United States are invited to partner with NASA Space Place to bring news of specific NASA projects to their members and to help spread the excitement of space and Earth science, as well as the technology that advances the science. Astronomy Club will receive...

Variety of Minerals
Online Outreach Programs

If you find rocks interesting, you might like to try rock collecting to help you learn more about rocks and minerals. In fact, you could even learn facts about geology as you search around your (home) to add rocks to your collection. Geologists study the physical and chemical changes that led to...

Students test water samples
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National Science Foundation (NSF)

The idea of a superhero armed with fantastic powers and tremendous technology has mesmerized the world for nearly a century. The ability to fly without wings, climb buildings like a gecko or see through walls is popularly interpreted as magical or of no scientific foundation. As we make advances...

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