Programs and Events
The Eberly College of Science puts on programs year-round, including after-school programs and weekend events. Check out the list below- click on each for more information!
These community science nights bring together local residents of Bald Eagle, Bellefonte, and State College school districts with STEM businesses, organizations, and PSU scientists with interactive shows, demos, and tours.
Since 1999, Penn State Astronomy students, faculty, and friends have been inviting the public to Davey Lab for AstroFest, a four night festival of Astronomy held concurrently with the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts.
Programs for Youth
This STEM Career Day Supporting Young Women is a full day of science enrichment, including student and faculty-led workshop sessions, speakers, conversations with academic advisers, and networking opportunities with professional scientists.
Summer Experience in the Eberly College of Science (SEECoS) is a collaborative effort between ECOS and the Penn State Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) Program. The mission is to provide first generation, economically challenged PA students with the opportunity
Built by partnerships with local companies and organizations, TOTB is a five-part after-school program to expose middle school students to STEM career options and fields.
Spend three days learning how scientists analyze DNA and make new products and medicines!
Events for Adults
Every summer we hear the same thing form parents at Science-U: "I wish I could go to these camps!" Well now you can! Join us at Penn State’s University Park campus for a day of hands-on fun and learning!
Opportunities for Penn State Students
An annual speaking contest designed to help Penn State Science students develop and share their stories so that they can inspire other burgeoning STEM minds!
Learn More about the Office of Science Outreach Here
Contact us via email at email@example.com or give us a call at (814) 865-0083
Office of Science Outreach, 201 Ritenour Building, University Park, PA 16802