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Science on Saturdays: Raptors with the Southeastern Raptor Center

Join the Southeastern Raptor Center at the Kreher Preserve and Nature Center for a fantastic presentation. The Southeastern Raptor Center rehabilitates hundreds of injured, ill, and orphaned raptors annually.  The Center also houses a number of raptors that are non-releasable including those that will be present at the program. This…
Jen Morse
June 12, 2021

Bats & Creatures of the Night Hike: Science on Satrudays

The KPNC welcomes bat expert Vicky Beckham Smith for an incredible up-close look at bats and their fascinating lives in the dark!  You’ll get to see live native and exotic bats, as well as learn about the number of bats, their different sizes, and why bats are so important.  Then, we’ll…
Jen Morse
May 22, 2021

Tales from a Wildlife Vet // Science on Saturdays

The KPNC welcomes Dr. Adam Cooner to take you on an exciting adventure into the world of wildlife medicine.  Learn all about veterinarian work with exotic animals and see live animals up close and in-person. This is a one-hour, lecture-style program that will provide exciting and interactive nature education.  Admission…
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May 1, 2021

Spring into Science Family Event

This free event will feature springy, mechanical science demonstrations hosted by Graduate Women in Science from Auburn University and is open to 1st-5th graders and their parents. Attendees will select one of two 45 minute time blocks - 5:30 or 6:30PM.
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April 20, 2021

GUTS (Getting Under The Surface) // STEM

The College of Sciences and Mathematics is pleased to announce that the STEM Outreach Center will be hosting a face-to-face edition of GUTS (Getting Under The Surface) for children in grades 1 – 5 and an accompanying parent.  This hands-on science program will feature creatures of the sea with Dr.…
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December 8, 2020

Comets // COSAM Campfire

COSAM is hosting STEM activity for the family. It will be a physically distanced event presented by Auburn University faculty. These campfires will be a series of mini-talks about different science, technology, and other topics. For November 12th this COSAM campfire will be featuring comets. A snack and a family…
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November 12, 2020

Mitochondria: The Powerhouses of Life // Science Cafe

This event will be presented by Drs. Wendy Hood and Jeff Yap, Kyle Heine, Hailey Parry, Paulo Mesquita, Emma Rhodes, and LouAnn Crosby, who will be discussing "Mitochondria: the powerhouses of life." The talk will highlight how the small intracellular organelles', referred to as mitochondria, power the lives of animals and other organisms.…
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October 27, 2020