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Microbe Hunters

03/20/2019 - 06/21/2019

Location: On-campus, Within 10 Miles

Event/Activity Description

In our first visit, students learn about microbes (what they are, what size they are) and then are asked to hypothesize where microbes may live (or not live). Students don lab coats, are given sterile swabs and petri dishes contain microbe food. They then test different areas in their classroom to see where microbes live. In a followup visit, students are shown what the microbes look like, and given the opportunity to validate or falsify their hypothesis, as well as record their observations.

Event/Activity Details

Target Populations:

K-5 Students, Middle School Students

Program Type:

Larger/encompassing several smaller opportunities

Participation Fees:

Free Program

Description of Fees:

Free

Collaboration Opportunities

New members of the target population(s) can get involved / participate in the program.
CSU researchers can collaborate with research or evaluation.
CSU researchers can collaborate with programming or practical implementation.

CSU at National Western Center Theme:

Health

More Information / Register

Primary Contact

Medora Huseby
Assistant Professor
Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology

Contact Information

970-491-6122
Email Medora Huseby