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Read more about unique science events and new programs involving faculty and students in the college of science. Sometimes we cannot predict the innovative things faculty will think of! Visit this link to find out more!

"Escape from Mars!" Camp for Students on the Autism Spectrum

This 4-day camp, inspired by the book-turned-movie The Martian, will take place at University Park during the National Autism Conference and is designed for college-bound high school students who are on the autism spectrum. We welcome children accompanying attendees at the National Autism Conference that week. Registration opens March 15th, 2017!

Think Outside the Beaker After-School Program

Restek and Science-U are partnering to offer this new opportunity for students in grades 6-8 to join us after school by participating in the brand new STEM workshop mini-series at Penn State University.

SEECoS (Research Experience for HS students)

A Summer Research Experience in the Eberly College of Science for 9-12 grades in Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS)

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) STEM Career Day for Girls - January

The EYH STEM Career Day is for girls in grades 6-8 and 9-12. Join us on campus for a full day of science enrichment, a mini career fair, and a chance to work with Penn State students, graduate students and faculty. Young women have a chance to ponder their future in STEM disciplines.

THON Science Wish - Penn State Dance Marathon

The Dance Marathon families visit Penn State Science Labs on their way to the Bryce Jordan Center for some science fun. Students interested in helping with this day can contact the office.

School Visits

From time to time faculty and students at Penn State visit local schools to provide science and outreach activities. The partnership between K-12 schools and the academic community in science is vital to the success and development of the next generation of scientists. Stay tuned for more information on programs and efforts as they develop!