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Science Posse|University of Wyoming
 

Reflections Cover Read about the Science Posse in Reflections, 2014, the College of Agriculture and Natural Resource Research Report.

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Contact Us

Director:
Don Roth
Program Coordinator:
Jan Truchot
5006 Ag-C
Phone: 307-766-6398
Email: scienceposse@uwyo.edu
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Requests for Spring will close at 5:00 pm on February 10.

Since 2006, the Science Posse's scientists, mathematicians and engineers have brought their excitement about science and their passion for outreach to students and teachers across the state.  NSF granted us an extension through April 30, 2015 which will allow us continue to connect our graduate Fellows with teachers and students on a limited basis and provide a bridge as we secure funding for the next iteration of the Science Posse.

Science Posse Fellows are also graduate students who are taking classes, doing research or both. To accommodate this, Fellows have a quota of days they can travel, do virtual visits or do presentations in Laramie. The Fellows' schedules are almost filled up, so we will stop accepting requests at 5:00 pm on February 10.

At this point, we cannot accept requests for dates after April 30, 2015.

Work directly with Science Posse Fellows!

Click on the links below for details. From any page, click on the Calendar link on the left to see what our schedule is, and then click on the Request the Science Posse link to submit your request.

Bring your students to us at the University for Lab Tours!

If you are within 150 miles of Laramie, bring us to your classroom in person for:

If you are beyond that radius, connect with us during  a  Virtual Science Posse Visit using Blackboard Collaborate or Skype.

Ask the Science Posse your questions about science or science fair projects!

Use the resources available on this website.

  • Readings on Science Teaching and Inquiry

Announcing: Wyoming Energy Camp for Middle School Students sponsored by the School of Energy Resources and the Teton Science Schools

Held June 14-19, 2015 at the Kelly Campus of the Teton Science School, this camp is for students completing 5th-8th grades who have not attended a Science Posse/Teton Science Exploring Science Camp.

Registration opens at 7:30 am, March 24 (Please note date change!)

(There are only 22 spots available, so they will fill up quickly.)

WY Energy Camp Flyer



Share your story about how the Science Posse is inspiring Wyoming's Next Generation of Scientists. 

Are you a student whose classroom has been visited by a Science Posse member? Have you attended a Science Posse summer camp? Tell us about your experience!

Are you a teacher who has worked with the Science Posse or attended one of our workshops? Tell us how it impacted you!

Are you a parent of a child who has been influenced by the Science Posse? Tell us about it!

And that's not all! We want to hear from administrators, grandparents, faculty members, anyone with a Science Posse story to share!

Share your stories on our Facebook page!
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Send us an email!
Send us a snail mail at Science Posse, Dept. 3944, 1000 E. University, Laramie, WY 82071

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Have a Science or Science Fair related question?

Science Posse Fellows are happy to answer student (or teacher) questions about science or science projects. After you click on the link below, your question will be answered, and the question and answer will also be posted on the "Ask the Posse" blog!

Wyoming State Science Fair Information

The 2015 Wyoming State Science Fair sponsored by the Science and Mathematics Teaching Center at University of Wyoming will be held March 1-3, 2015.

WYSTEM: Connecting to Wyoming STEM and CTE Programs

The WYSTEM web portal is designed to make Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Career and Technical Education (CTE) educational opportunities accessible to students, parents, teachers and other interested citizens. It is a work-in-progress. Please check it out and help us make it grow.

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