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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- Project Registration is Now Open!
- Travel with Jane Goodall on her incredible journey this Saturday!
- FREE Play Celebrating Marie Curie!
- TEEN ASTRONOMY CAFÉS
Virtual Research Club Meeting today! High School Students! Need Project Advice? Join us! Whether you want to do an independent research project this year and need continued support, or you just have a few questions you need advice on, join SARSEF via Google Hangout today anytime from 4-6pm! Liz is hosting a regular time… Read more »
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
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 »
Submit Your Research to the Intel Science Talent Search! Intel STS 2016 Eligibility Flier Your science, engineering, or math research may be eligible for the Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS), a competition for high school seniors, with awards totaling more than $1.6 million. You are eligible if… √ You have completed individual, independent science,… Read more »
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 »
When you become a member of SARSEF, you become a part of our science and engineering community. You will be recognized as an individual who enjoys learning about STEM research and cares about the future of Southern Arizona. And the benefits you will receive at each level can be of real help to you. Visit… Read more »
SARSEF 2016 Dates and Change in Format We know many of you will soon be working on your calendar for next year, so we wanted to get you our new dates and format as soon as possible. SARSEF will take place earlier, March 2nd-5th, 2016 next year…and we are changing things up! Watch for your usual activities… Read more »
The Arizona Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism honored SARSEF at a reception on April 17, 2015 as the winner of the non-proft chosen for the 14th Annual Arizona Governor’s Volunteer Service Award. The mission of the Governor’s Volunteer Service Awards is to promote an ethic of service and volunteerism and to recognize volunteer efforts… Read more »
They’re ready! We are excited to let you know that your SARSEF 2015 pictures are ready for you to view. You can find them here: http://memoriesthatlast.shootproof.com/event/1268038 All you need to do is enter your email and the password: science rocks Please go ahead and share this email with any family and friends who joined… Read more »