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Science Posse|University of Wyoming

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!

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We thank you for allowing the Science Posse to inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers and mathematicians for the last 8 years!

The Science Posse currently has no funding to continue working with students and teachers across the state, but we are hopeful that Posse will be resurrected in the future. In the meantime, we encourage you to continue to use the resources available on this website.

  • Readings on Science Teaching and Inquiry

Science Posse in the News

Lessons from the sky: Students launch weather balloon thousands of feet into the air
Powell Tribune
April 10, 2015
Cheyenne Tribune Eagle photo

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Have a Science or Science Fair related question?

University Scientists 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!

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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