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MESA Teachers' Research Guide

This guide contains information for use by the teachers who sponsor MESA (Math Engineering Science Achievement) grade 6-12 student groups.

Hackathon

Fifth Annual UA Women’s’ Hackathon Event – October 18-20, Tucson Convention Center

Non-competitive, free event open to community members of all ages, designed for women and their allies. Learn to hack, code, and create tech-driven projects. All levels of technical expertise are welcome.

Would you like to propose a workshop? Want to attend? Would you like to be a volunteer at the event? Want more information? Contact: WomensHackathon@email.arizona.edu

If you come to this Hackathon, you’ll get free admission to the TENWEST Impact Festival, Oct. 11-20.

 

ScienceCity

March 14 -15th, 2020  |  9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Applications now open!

Ignite your senses and engage your mind!
Visit five diverse science neighborhoods  |  Immerse yourself in over 100 engaging hands-on activities  |  Experience University of Arizona laboratory tours, open houses and science presentations  | Watch exciting demonstrations and dynamic performances for all ages  |  Meet renowned science authors and researchers

The University of Arizona’s College of Science and BIO5 Institute are proud to once again co-host Science City at the Tucson Festival of Books - a setting of thematic neighborhoods and stages spanning the exciting worlds of science and technology. Visitors will experience the connection between our daily lives and advances in science, as well as hear about the ground-breaking research being done at the University of Arizona.