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Our lessons available for download now:

Earth Science
-Inside Earth
-Identifying Minerals
-Fossils
-Dinosaur Traces
-Star Clock

Life Science
-Butterflies
-Cell Study
-Human Puzzle
-DNA Whodunit
-Microscope
-Frogs
-Genetics

Computer Science:
-ChromaDepth
-Robotics
-Measurement
-Pendulum
-Temperature
-Trajectory Lab

Physical Science:
-ChromaDepth
-Electricity
-Making Paint
-Bubble Prints
-Speed Fizz
-Bridge Building
-Magnets
-Forcing Gravity
-Gears & Gizmos
-Simple Machines
-Solar Energy
-Sound
-Switch On
-Dying for a Tan

 
The Science Enrichment Program endeavors to open a world to underrepresented youth with a special emphasis on minority girls by exposing them to science, engineering, and technology.

The Science Enrichment Program is currently a project under the NSF Engaging People in Cyberinfrastructure (EPIC) collaboration.



Programs and Partners :

The Science Enrichment Program
Rozeanne Steckler, Ph.D. -- Director of Education -- NACSE
1148 Kelley Engineering Center -- Oregon State University -- Corvallis, OR 97331
Phone: 541-737-6601 -- FAX: 541-737-6609 -- steckler@nacse.org

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