Project Exploration has a history of bringing scientists and students together to investigate real science and build meaningful relationships. This model has a positive impact for everyone involved, including practicing scientists, whom we know are often looking for ways to share their expertise and passion for the sciences with young people.
Katrina Miller a University of Chicago Physics PhD candidate and particle astrophysics researcher from Meza, Arizona was drawn to Project Exploration’s motto, “Changing the Face of Science”. As she reflects on her own experience she would have loved to have been in a program that introduced her to the sciences when she was younger.
“Environmental Adventures closes out another great season with a firework display of student led projects, professional guest speakers, and a very special field trip.”
“Jurassic World was brought to life at the Maker Mob event on December 14, 2017!”
“Explore Engineering Fall 2017 program flew by so fast!”
The fall semester in review by S4S Facilitator Sandra Munoz!
The Sisters4Science made pinball machines out of cardboard boxes and spoons!
STEM Professionals Impact At Project Exploration (PE), we value building relationships with students, but we also cultivate relationships with STEM Professionals. In many cases, these relationships have opened up opportunities for our youth, partnerships to increase...
Jaclyn Carmichael, Project Exploration Program at DML Hello everyone! My name is Jaclyn Carmichael and I am the Program Director for Project Exploration! It has been a busy time of travel these past couple months for me and I wanted to share a little about what I’ve...