Seeking 8th-12th grade students interested in field science research

Seeking 8th-12th grade students interested in field science research  For a UA 100% Engagement Initiative: Building undergraduate-K12 learning partnerships via science fair mentoring Download the application here: Advertisement & Student Application UA Science: Sky School ( is seeking students who are excited to learn more about science and enjoy being in the outdoors. We are recruiting up… Read more »

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Support SARSEF at SVP’s Fast Pitch Event!

Come support SARSEF and 14 other Tucson Non-Profits on November 12th! Witness seven exceptional non-profit leaders compete for cash prizes as they present their innovative three-minute “fast pitch” stories. You will be moved beyond measure and, quite likely, inspired to action.

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Nominations are open for Engineering Educator of the Year

Take a moment to recognize your favorite Engineering Teacher- submit the nomination at the link below! Educator of Year-2016   Congratulations to winners from past years- you may recognize a few! Mike Schmidt, Educator of the Year 2013 AnnMarie Condes, M.S., M.A., Educator of the Year 2014 Scott Weiler, Educator of the Year 2015

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High School Students- Win a Trip to Germany!

The Goethe-Institute invites applications from high school students 16-18 years old to participate in an educational trip to Germany this fall. 12 students will be traveling to Berlin, Braunschweig and Cologne, meet their German peers, experience German culture and visit a number of research institutions. You will find details, the program for the trip and… Read more »

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New ways for High School Students to get engaged in research!

As the school year approaches we have exciting new opportunities for your High School students! 1. Classroom Visits: SARSEF will come to your classroom and talk to your students about whatever YOU the teacher think they should hear.  Each presentation will be tailored to the area that your students will benefit from the most.  Sessions could… Read more »

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Every Child. Thinking Critically. Solving Problems.