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Office of Science Outreach Community Newsletter

 

Our office puts out a monthly newsletter with at-home science activities, local science events, and a schedule of office programming. Click the box below to get on the newsletter list!

 

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Upcoming Event Flyers and Past Newsletters

Click below to see flyers for upcoming events or to enjoy past issues of our Science Outreach Newsletters.

Information about the AAUW State College Branch Scholarships for women in Centre County that want to finish a degree.
Penn State In-Service Workshop in Astronomy for High School Science Teachers, July 18-22, 2022 at Davey Lab
Information about the Empower Conference on February 5, 2022, including speakers, registration, and a t-shirt sale.
Information for the Girls Who Code Club at Penn State starting February 13, 2022.
Informational flyer about ENVISION scheduled for March 26, 2022.
Science-U 2022
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Informational postcard about 2022 camps and prices.
Informational flyer about the 2022 lecture series.
Informational brochure gives camp descriptions and prices.
Informational flyer for the Computer Science and Engineering 2022 Summer Camp
Informational flyer for the Electrical Engineering 2022 Summer Camp

 

Informational flyer for the Architectural Engineering Summer Camp.
Informational flyer for this MRSEC sponsored event
Flyer for healthy families to participate in psychology research study.
Young girl wearing a blue Science-U shirt holding a green caterpillar
Here's a little snippet of our August 31st, 2020 newsletter featuring a highlight from our Nature Explorers camps!
A man in a light blue Science-U shirt holding a turtle and explaining about the details of the turtle
We feature resources such as a trail guide to some great hiking places in the area from our August 18th, 2020 newsletter. Our newsletters are a great way to learn more about these fun resources and get connected!
A series of three images with liquified strawberries and a variation of other ingredients to display the process for DNA extraction
There are some really neat at-home experiments everyone can try such as this strawberry DNA extraction that was highlighted in our July 31st, 2020 newsletter!

For more information, please see Information for Parents from the Penn State Office of Ethics and Compliance.

 

Questions?

Contact us via email at outreach@science.psu.edu or give us a call at (814) 865-0083.