Community Outreach

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We take an active role in the community through a variety of outreach programs.

Ask A Biologist is an educational resource for students pre-K-12, as well as their teachers and parents. Started in 1997 in the School of Life Sciences, this tremendously popular website draws 10,000 visitors each month. The site is staffed by a dedicated group of volunteers.

School of Life Sciences: Graduate Partners in Science Education

Graduate Partners in Science Education is a K-8 outreach program developed, run and staffed by graduate student volunteers. By providing hands-on science lessons to underserved students, our talented volunteers are directly involved in supporting science departments across the Valley. Started in 2005, this program is supported by Phoenix Preparatory Academy, ASU´s School of Life Sciences, Division of Graduate Studies and anonymous donations.

 

Night of the Open Door

Gila monster at Night of the Open Door

ASU Night of the Open Door events offer a window into the creative energy that powers a world-class university, with hundreds of interactive activities and student, faculty and staff volunteers. Thrill seekers, life-long learners and the just-plain-curious can explore laboratories, living collections and museums on all five of ASU's campuses.