SAIL: The Summer Academy to Inspire Learning
SAIL is the University of Oregon’s largest pipeline program led by volunteer faculty aimed at increasing students’ enrollment and success in college through early exposure and exploration. SAIL hosts FREE summer camps for students 8th through 12th grade.
Executive Director, Lara Fernandez: email@example.com
SPUR: The Summer Program for Undergraduate Research
The Summer Program for Undergraduate Research aims to train students to become creative explorers, to expand their interest and excitement in science, and to increase opportunities for them to pursue careers in research.
STEMCORE: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Careers through Outreach, Research, and Education
The primary goal of STEM CORE is to produce a broader and deeper pool of STEM talent in Oregon through the development of efficient and effective models for student learning and engagement and by forging new collaborations between educators, researchers, and administrators.
Co-Director, UO STEM CORE, Dr. Dean Livelybrooks: firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Director, UO STEM CORE, Dr. Juliet Baxter: email@example.com
Associate Director, UO STEM CORE, Bryan Rebar, PhD: firstname.lastname@example.org
Content in Context SuperLessons (C2SL) is a math and science partnership (MSP, support from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title II-B) teacher professional development program focused on supporting 3rd – 8th grade teachers’ mastery of the new math and science standards (Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards) and implementing them with project-based learning in partnership with STEM professionals.
Bryan Rebar, Associate Director, STEM CORE, University of Oregon: email@example.com
Project ESCOLAR aims to offer all middle-school students the opportunity to learn science within an engaging online environment. The project is committed to helping students become digital age innovators, excel in science, and prepare for college and careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
SLP: Science Literacy Program
The University of Oregon Science Literacy Program (SLP) aims to support student success through development of excellent science teachers.
UO Opportunities Program
Guided by the belief that every student should have the opportunity to prepare for higher education, the University of Oregon Opportunities Program empowers under-represented students and parents to become active participants in the K-12 and higher education process to pursue their educational dreams.
SACNAS: UO Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science
UO SACNAS aims to provide a school wide supportive environment for students in STEM. The priority is to build a mentoring program that will allow students to feel comfortable asking questions about their major and seeking academic help.
President, Maira Amezcua: firstname.lastname@example.org
SPS: UO Society of Physics Students
The UO chapter of the Society of Physics Students has three main goals to be a resource for undergraduates, to foster community, and to connect students with professors, professional opportunities and outreach.
SAACS: UO Students Affiliates of the American Chemical Society
The University of Oregon Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society (SAACS) is an undergraduate organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding and appreciation of chemistry.
AAPG Student Chapter: Willamette Valley American Association of Petroleum Geologists Student Chapter
The mission is to educate and train a future generation of earth scientists, advance our current understanding of the earth system through scholarship and research, and serve as a resource to the university and broader community on topics related to our planet.
Department Head: Dr. Rebecca Dorsey email@example.com
Undergraduate Advisor (Lower-division): Dr. Marli Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Advisor (Upper-division): Dr. Mark Reed email@example.com
Graduate Advisor: Dr. Paul Wallace firstname.lastname@example.org
Oregon Young Scholars
The Oregon Young Scholars Program aims to develop and challenge the academic skills and college preparation of historically underrepresented students and to increase interest in college and the enrollment of the underrepresented students.
Barbara Marbury: email@example.com
Reach for Success
The goal of Reach for Success is to introduce the idea of pursuing a college education to students traditionally underrepresented in higher education and show them that they can reach this goal with proper preparation.
Barbara Marbury: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Service-Learning Program engages the university and the broader community in reciprocal partnerships to create educational programs for students, to promote leadership through service, to foster and promote inclusive environments and to advance social justice and civic engagement.
- Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program
- The Schoolhouse Garden
- Early Learning in Lane County
- Promising Neighborhoods After School
Director, Deanna Chappell Belcher: email@example.com
UO Women in Graduate Sciences
The Women in Graduate Science (UOWGS) organization at the University of Oregon focuses on the professional development of women in all disciplines of science to enable them to become successful contributors to their fields.
SCORE: Student of Color Opportunities for Research Enrichment
SCORE is Student of Color Opportunities for Research Enrichment with tutoring for science courses, graduation program exploration and hands on lab and research experience under the leadership of a professional scientist.