Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Nominations open for Stand Up for STEM Award

Million Women Mentors – Kentucky is accepting nominations for its Stand Up for STEM Award, which is given to an individual, organization or company...

Environmental education conference seeking proposals

The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education is seeking proposals for its annual conference Sept. 7-9 at Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park in Gilbertsville. Submissions...

Mammoth Cave hosting climate change workshop

Mammoth Cave National Park, Western Kentucky University and the Kentucky University Partnership in Environmental Education (KUPEE) will offer a climate change workshop for middle...

‘Capture the Earth’ in Earth Day photo, video contests

The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet is sponsoring two student contests to celebrate Earth Day 2017. All entries must be received by April 7. Student...

Science award program encourages exploration in cancer research

High school students who are interested in cancer research may apply for the Emperor Science Award program, an initiative designed to empower high school...

Earth science academies recruiting teachers

The American Geosciences Institute/ExxonMobil Exploration Teacher Leadership Academies is recruiting teachers for its annual institute next summer in Houston. Two week-long academies – one...

Kentucky Science Speakers Bureau offers classroom experts

The Kentucky Science Speakers Bureau offers educators access to scientific experts from across the Commonwealth.

Learn real-world science at World War II museum

The National WWII Museum is looking for 28 5th- through 8th-grade science teachers from across the country who want to spend a week in New Orleans learning how to teach hands-on, minds-on science connected to World War II history.

Real science for real life: Winter weather

Help your students understand winter weather with these explanations and experiments from the Kentucky Academy of Science.

Registration open for 2017 Kentucky Junior Academy of Science meeting

Registration for the Kentucky Junior Academy of Science meeting, scheduled for April 15 at Kentucky State University in Frankfort, is now open to any Kentucky middle or high school student who wishes to present their research.