Deanna Lankdford and Anna Waldron have provided many incredible science opportunities to our students. The largest opportunity of the year was the first ever CPS/MU Science Sleuth event. This event marked a huge event where over 1,000 flooded Jessie Hall and several other buildings at MU to have fun with over 30 wild science displays. Their help in secruing facilties, booths, and volunteers was essential to this high impact collaboration.
In addition to this event, the MU Science Outreach office has organized events such as the Life Sciences Day for our high schoolers, the Science Olympiad State Tournament, Ask the Scientist Column, field trips for CPS students, Science Clubs in our schools, and professional development for our teachers.
Their enthusiasm and dedication has provided CPS students with many rich science experiences and we are very thankful for their committement to K-12 science education.
Read more: Division of Biological Sciences News