Breaking Down Barriers

Supporting Community Engagement and Effective Science Communication

We strive to train scientists and community leaders in effective and accessible science outreach. We create science learning in communities around the country through the work of our leaders and the dissemination of our Do-It-Yourself science activities. All with the goal of ensuring that everyone, everywhere has access to effective and accurate evolution and climate science education.

Graduate Student Outreach Fellows across the country

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Taryn Dunivant

Lawrence, Kansas

Taryn Dunivant

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Joe Jalinsky

Iowa City, Iowa

Joe Jalinsky

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Rachel Larson

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Briante Najev

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Christie Vogler

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Lilly Jones

Rapid City, South Dakota

Lilly Jones

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Laurie Luckritz

Warrensburg, Missouri

Laurie Luckritz

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Sandy Phillips-Long

Clemson, South Carolina

Sandy Phillips-Long

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Meera Sethi

Seattle, Washington

Meera Sethi

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Michelle Valkanas

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Michelle Valkanas

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NCSE science outreach event

In areas where a community has few opportunities to interact with science and scientists, we step in to support local leadership and to provide free, engaging, hands-on activities focused on climate change and evolution.

NCSE Graduate Student Fellows

We’re helping the next generation of scientists team up with their local communities to overcome misconceptions about evolution and climate change. Find out how we’re supporting science graduate students to become lifelong communicators of accurate, effective science.

Meet Our Fellows

DIYSci

Our activity kits are fun and engaging. And now you can try them out with your own children or any other young people you might work with. Download guides and watch step-by-step videos to learn how to lead evolution and climate change science activities in your own community!

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Immersive Science Experiences

You are never to old to learn through playing! These large-scale science games target adult learners and their inner children.

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