About SEON

Science Education Outreach Network

middle school teacher and visiting researcher set up seismograph
Tanana Middle School teacher Renee Parsley (left) helps UAF Volcanology Graduate Student Helena Buurman (right) set up a seismometer for a presentation to 8th graders.

Connecting cutting-edge science with schools and the community.

The University of Alaska Fairbanks offers much more than academic degree programs and scientific research.

UAF science departments and research units at UAF sponsor many education outreach programs and activities, providing judges for local science fairs, school tours of research facilities, K-12 curriculum development, college-bridging programs and science camps, free workshops provided in communities across Alaska, and much more.

The UAF Science Education Outreach Network is a searchable Web site that lists outreach programs and resources available through UAF. Community members, university faculty, staff and students, and K-12 teachers and students can search the site for resources and activities offed through UAF.

  • Check back often for the lastest additions.
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For more information, you may contact the UAF Science Education Outreach Network Coordinator at 907-474-7999 or scienceoutreach@uaf.edu.