COSAM’s STEM Outreach Center invites first through sixth graders to attend December 15 G.U.T.S. program
Hosted by the STEM Outreach Center in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, G.U.T.S., or Getting Under the Surface, is an evening program for elementary students that includes snacks followed by a 60-minute activity designed to spark interest in science through hands-on activities.
First through fifth graders are invited to participate in the next G.U.T.S. scheduled for December 15 from 6:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. on Auburn’s campus. With “Santa’s Little Helpers” as its festive topic, G.U.T.S. participants will be helping solve STEM puzzles with the STEM Outreach Center staff to help Santa prepare for the holidays.
Pre-registration is required and costs $15 for one child and $25 for two children. To register for the December G.U.T.S. program, please click here.
Previously this fall, students participated in a G.U.T.S. program held October 12 that featured flowers, fruits and fun. Students and parents explored the diversity of plants through hands-on activities that included extracting DNA from strawberries and looking at a variety of plants under the microscope.
G.U.T.S. programming is structured to enhance science literacy and engagement within our community by providing relevant science activities to students and their parents. For more information on G.U.T.S., please contact Cara Brittain, graduate assistant in COSAM STEM Outreach, for more information (email@example.com).
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