SciTech Middle School Days feature the growth areas of Pittsburgh: Biotechnology, IT, Robotics, Advanced Materials Processes, Environmental Technology, and Nanotechnology – and connect students with leading scientists and technologists in a fun, dynamic atmosphere. Students and teachers select activities such as demonstrations, Tech Zone – corporate and higher education interactive exhibits, workshops and presentations by cutting-edge experts in science and technology. For visitors with mobility impairments, the main entrance to the Columbus Center is equipped with an elevator to the Auditorium and laboratory level.
SciTech will continue to focus on STEM learning and discovery through its camps, field trips and other programs in its three-level museum that contains over 200 interactive displays featuring such diverse topics as weather, dinosaurs, electricity, light, forensics and recycling. If your school is closed or has a delayed opening, you must contact us to reschedule your visit.
Students and teachers select activities such as demonstrations, Tech Zone – corporate and higher education interactive exhibits, workshops and presentations by cutting-edge experts in science and technology through a conference style approach. Jerry” the Binturong and his friends from the Conservators Center will be onsite to educate you about a keystone species you may not know about.
Because of his talent as a science communicator, he was named by The News & Observer as Tar Heel of the Week” in November 2004 and was awarded the 2011 Outstanding Informal Educator Award in Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education by the N.C. Science, Mathematics, Technology (SMT) Center. You should choose an institution having a robust technology section and up to date laboratory work services to ensure an outstanding training. Please come and meet Jerry and learn about him and the other amazing species that call the Conservators Center their home, like lions, tigers, caracals, lemurs and many others.
As information technology continues to progress, intelligent integrated network throughout every corner of society, information technology is changing the way humans learn, work and play. A new potential student can generally learn specifics of various schools by looking at school Web sites, touring campuses, along with meeting with admissions advisers. Bob teaches math and science topics to Museum audiences in programs that range from large auditorium shows to intensive lab classes for school groups.