Kentucky Academy of Science

Summer Science camps across KY

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 by

The Kentucky Science Center has published its 2017 Summer Camp schedule. This year, find camps in Daviess, Fayette, Warren, and Jefferson county

How to apply

The Kentucky Geographic Alliance at WKU is seeking two middle school educators to attend the annual National Geographic Summer Institute in Washington, D.C. The Institute will begin on the afternoon of June 24 and continue through the end of the day on June 28. Attendees must fulfill the following requirements to be selected: Both educators

Check out pictures of the world’ oldest plant-like fossils!! KPS news March 2017

We would like to invite you to nominate an individual, an organization, or a company that you feel has mentored or has a mentoring program that is deserving of special recognition. The recipient of this award will be honored at a special event at the Lexington Convention Center on May 31st, and the award will

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: 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