Kentucky Academy of Science

CCST is seeking PhD scientists and engineers for a year of public service and government leadership training in Sacramento.       Applications are due in two weeks for the CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship. Eligibility information, program timeline, and the application link can be found at fellows.ccst.us/apply.php.    Hosted by the California Council on Science and

NEW!! Planetarium Show! @ The Living Arts & Science Center Habitat Earth: Living In A Connected World Check out Habitat Earth – a fulldome exploration of what it means to live in today’s connected world, exploring a variety of habitats, types of life, and their relationships.  Great for all ages!  We can bring our portable

Summer is just around the corner! Do you know how you’re going to keep your little scientist engaged and active while school is out? Kentucky Science Center offers 10 weeks of exciting, hands-on, educational programs for grades Pre-K – 10. Summer Camps are LIVE, and that means they’re going to start filling up before you know it.

Find out more about a new Kentucky affiliate group of the Association of Women in Science (AWIS – KY) Group info: https://awiskygrp.wordpress.com AWIS KY flyer

Would you like to mentor a high school student or help expose  a curious young person to a science career? Find out more about what mentors will do: 2017 LSP Mentor Invite and here is the application for students: LSP 2017 Application

2016 KSEF Fellow Recognitions Announced Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation (KSTC) has announced the inaugural class of “2016 KSEF Fellow” – an honor conferred by KSTC, through the Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation (KSEF). KSTC bestows this honor to recognize distinguished persons who have made significant contributions to the advancement of excellence in science and

From our colleagues at Research America – find a video of the panel here: http://www.researchamerica.org/news-events/newsletter#newsletter-9384  

The Junior Duck Stamp Contest is a worthwhile contest for all students in grades K-12. It teaches students about wetlands, waterfowl, land stewardship, migratory birds, conservation, and appreciation of art and writing. This contest can be incorporated into almost any subject, and we even have curriculum guides to help! The contest is a great learning experience for all types of talent from beginners to more experienced. Here is a quick

Learn more & apply at wku.edu/gifted/nscf Seeking middle school science teachers who: ·         enjoy the creativity in teaching ·         are eager to share ideas with colleagues ·         are excited about networking with peers from across the U.S. would like financial and academic support for great ideas Through a grant from the National Stem Cell Foundation,

Kentucky Science Center’s 2017 Spring and Summer dates are beginning to be booked! Our Science At Your Site Programs are a great way to integrate NGSS and exciting science experiments… at your location! We travel to any site in the state with a program best fitted for your class, grade level, or even your entire

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