Our outreach programs aim to provide greater accessibility to academic opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, especially for traditionally underrepresented groups. We advance toward this goal through community engagement, with programs connecting local students and educators at all levels, as well as the general public, with faculty, students, and researchers within the Department.

Science Honors Program (SHP) is a Saturday morning program specifically designed for high school students in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades.

For more information, visit the Science Honors Program homepage.

An afterschool program aimed at teaching math to Kindergarteners and First Graders in Harlem.

For more information, please visit the Reading Team Math Program. 

Science on Hudson is a public lecture series covering various topics within the field of physics. Everyone is welcome. These talks are intended for a general audience. Lectures last approximately 60 minutes with time afterwards for questions/answers and discussions. For more information, please visit the Science on Hudson homepage.