2016 ACES Camp a STEM Success!

Congratulations to the leaders and participants of the ACES Camp! The Applied Career Exploration Camp for middle school girls from the Sunnyside and Amphi School Districts in Tucson, Arizona was the best one yet. The camp provided free experiences in STEM and career exploration for up to 40 girls who have just finished 6th, 7th… Read more »

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AZ STEM Adventure Application

The AZ STEM Adventure will be October 28th, 2016. It will once again be located at the spacious and welcoming Pima Community College’s Northwest Campus. On-line applications for the Arizona STEM Adventure will be available on line Sept. 7th and will be due back on September 21. Decisions will be made by Sept. 26 to… Read more »

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NEW! Dates for 2017 Fair: March 29-April 1

January 15, 2017, NOON Online registration opens Online Registration for the Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Fair (SARSEF) is only available online. Here is a sample registration form that may help you gather all the information you will need ahead of time Sample Registration for SARSEF Submit $10 per project either online, or mail… Read more »

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June 18 Arizona Coyotes – Free Open House

COYOTES TO UNVEIL NEW NAME & LOGO FOR AHL AFFILIATE IN TUCSON AT OPEN HOUSE EVENT AT TCC JUNE 18 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, June 1, 2016 GLENDALE, ARIZONA — The Arizona Coyotes announced today that the team will unveil the new name and logo for the Club’s AHL affiliate in Tucson at an Open… Read more »

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Teachers- Scholarships are available for the STEMAZing Institute!

Last Chance to Register – spaces still available!  Go to!stemazing-institute-2016/hztfc to learn more!   Full or partial scholarships available for teachers paying their own registration from Pima, Cochise, Santa Cruz, and Yuma. Please contact DaNel Hogan at for more information. The STEMAZing Institute could either be FREE or just $50!   Registration closes on Wednesday,… Read more »

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$3,000 Stipends to Teachers who work with Students in Areas of Poverty

Building Minority STEM Participation through Competitions: The Advocate Grant Program Victor Hall and Caitlin Sullivan lead the Society’s Advocate Grant Program PHOTO COURTESY OF SOCIETY FOR SCIENCE & THE PUBLIC/MARLENA CHERTOCK. Science fairs and competitions — they’re a gateway to higher education and STEM careers. But that gateway isn’t always open to countless low-income and underserved… Read more »

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Team Water Innovation Challenge – Win $250,000 Enter by July 15

REGISTER NOW FOR THE NEXT CHALLENGE TALK WITH US | NEWARIZONAPRIZE.ORG Innovate to shape Arizona’s water future Teams have less than 60 days to register to compete for the $250,000 Water Innovation Challenge The Water Innovation Challenge, the second challenge under The New Arizona Prize banner, offers $250,000 to a collaborative team in an Arizona… Read more »

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Grades 6-11: Do you qualify for this $3,000 for helping 3-5 students complete a project? (Deadline April 13)

The Society Advocate Grant provides a $3000 stipend to an individual (teacher, counselor, mentor), who agrees to serve as an advocate for 3-5 underrepresented students (African-American, Latino, Native American, low income) to transition them from conducting a scientific or engineering research project to completing applications to scientific competition(s). Independent science research is a wonderful opportunity… Read more »

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