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The College of Natural Sciences Education & Outreach Center is an incubator for innovation in STEM education. We serve both CSU and K-12 students and faculty through a wide variety of programs. A common thread that weaves through all of our programs is increasing the quality, quantity, and diversity of students in STEM disciplines. Particular emphasis is on finding new ways to promote scientific creativity and innovation, attributes essential for global challenges in the 21st century. Many of our programs focus on providing authentic scientific research experiences for both learners and teachers.

The Education & Outreach Center builds on 20 years of experience gained by the former Center for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, which among other things, introduced the world to sustainable and safe science education through small-scale chemistry. [more]

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STEM Educators Club

Check them out on Facebook

New CNS-EOC YouTube Channel!

Learn more about our programs and resources.

CSU Expeditions: STEM Fridays

CSU Pre-service teachers mentoring 4th through 12th graders.

SciTrek Summer Camp

Bright young high school students come from all across the country.

60th Colorado Science and Engineering Fair

April 9 - 11, 2015, Lory Student Center

Every Drop Counts: Water Science for Teachers

Workshop, June 8-10, 2015, Kaloko-Honokohau, Hawaii.

3-D Printing of Science Education Materials

Our MakerBot Thing-O-Matic in our MakerSpace

STEM kits

Encouraging students to learn about STEM careers.

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Additional funding from
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