Interior Alaska Science Fair
Each year, the education department chooses projects at the Interior Alaska Science Fair that demonstrate Alaska-related exhibit themes.
Student collections of specimens and/or observations of natural and cultural history phenomena are important. We judge the exhibit on the clarity of the hypothesis, research methodology, conclusions, and how the exhibit theme is interpreted. Only six awards are given each year.Congratulations to the winners of the museum’s 2014 District Science Fair Awards.
2014 District Science Fair Winners
Models of Earthquakes - Timothy Koehler, 1st grade, Pearl Creek Elementary
Cold Fish - Morgan Stephens, 3rd grade, Homeschool
Hide Tanning - Nanieezh Peter, 4th grade, Anne Wien Elementary
What Kind of Food Do Gray Jays Like? - Devon Durham, 5th grade, Salcha Elementary
“Dem Dry Bones” - Amanda Montano, 5th grade, University Park Elementary
Study of Juvenile Long Nose Fish - Will Caldwell, 8th grade, Homeschool
Science Potpourri is a CNSM tradition. For more than 20 years, the free community event has entertained and inspired the Fairbanks community, and it's tons of fun too!
Since 2012, our Education departement holds Nanotechnology activities in collaboration with Research Assistant Professors Shiva and Nilima Hullavarad (INE).
UAMN Education & Public Programs is part of NISE network.
Look for us at local Community Fairs: Alyeska Best Beginning Family Fair in September and Mush for Kids in April.
UAMN Science Night
Enhance your school‘s family science night or another special event with hands-on specimens and museum science and art activities. We can provide a museum educator and activities for a complete event or complement your existing plans with an individual engaging activity and skilled educator. Visit our UAMN Science Night page.