For the Public
The University of Arizona College of Science offers a wide range of programs designed to inform and engage the public in scientific research while also supporting our community! Come visit one of our many outreach sites and soak up the science!
Where can you visit, and what will you see?
UA Biosphere 2 and Flandrau Science Center make scientific issues and concepts more accessible to the general public.
UA Sky School hosts Youth Astronomy Observing programs at the Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter. Observing programs provide a variety of astronomy-related educational opportunities for students to discover the universe using UA telescopes. Programs can be customized to fit your group.
The UA Science Lecture Series and Science Café Series host presentations, both formal and informal, on a diverse set of topics to inform and engage the public about cutting-edge scientific developments.
UA Science's Geotourism collaboration includes the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Kartchner Caverns State Park, Biosphere 2, and UA Science Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter, bringing together several science-focused organizations for the benefit of the community.
For daily events, including Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab and Laboratory of Tree Ring Research tours, visit our calendar!
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