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Muscles Alive! is a professor led neuroscience education outreach program for 4th grade and beyond that used experiential, immersive demonstrations and activities to teach how the brain, nerves, and muscles interact. We used inexpensive, portable, smartphone-based equipment to show live signals from the muscles, measure body movements, and produce captivating proprioceptive illusions.

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We provide formal and informal educational opportunities regarding satellite remote sensing, severe weather, and atmospheric science topics for K-12, undergraduate, teacher, and citizen scientist audiences while providing media and PR pieces related to CIRA and NOAA/NASA research. Our programs are tailored by audience (e.g., direct work with students, PD for teachers, lectures and tours for...

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This website collects & annotates high quality accessible articles, websites, and other resources that cover a wide range of aspects of the topic: the physical & natural sciences, effects on humans, responses from ethics, religion, and the arts, and more.

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The Northern Colorado Graduate Women in Science chapter is highly involved in local outreach activities. Our outreach activities have included helping Girl Scouts earn their STEM badges, teaching high school-aged women in the Girls’ Rites program about the path to a scientific career, discussing science at a retirement home, and providing scientific engagement for a...

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CitSci.org is an open and transparent citizen science data management platform that advances the utility, impacts, and outcomes of field-based citizen science programs globally. This platform now supports more than 600 projects ranging from those that monitor water quality to wildlife to biodiversity. CitSci.org is unique among field-based platforms in that it is fully customizable...

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Colorado 4-H is a Youth Development organization that focuses of building stronger communities through educational positive youth development programs that are intentional and research-based in content. 4-H programing is available to all without discrimination 4-H programs are available in the traditional club format and in and out of school settings. 4-H programing has a broad...

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The CSU Bug Zoo strives to bring a deeper appreciation for arthropods through hands-on learning opportunities with live insects, enthusiastic volunteers, and continuing involvement in the Fort Collins community. It is home to over 30 different species of arachnids, insects, and other arthropods. We are open to the public for tours, and would love to...

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The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network (https://www.cocorahs.org/) is a citizen-science project where volunteers from all 50 states (and Canada) use low-cost equipment to measure and map precipitation from their backyard, workplace or school. Data are used by researchers, scientists and meteorologists all over the world.

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In these two formal programs of 50-60 minutes each, I introduce the wonderful and often spectacular world of the arthropods, especially the insects using PowerPoint, demonstrations, and live animals. The Wonderful World of Arthropods (elementary) A Review of Arthropods (middle and high school)

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The Brain Awareness Week (BAW) program at CSU is an annual event that typically impacts 1000 middle and high school students. Volunteers from CSU provide 10-12 interactive stations at each school that cover topics including sensory systems, neurological diseases and fixed neuroanatomy specimens. Most volunteers are CSU students so the events also provide younger students...

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