Students participate in hands-on robotics activities.

Resources for Educators

The Science Alive program at the Desert Research Institute (DRI) conducts various STEM education and engagement programs to support pre K-12 educators in Nevada. Science Alive provides inquiry-based STEM curriculum kits called Green Boxes and STEM Kits, offer periodic educator trainings and provide school support in the form of speakers, field trips and other special opportunities. All resources and events are provided FREE to any formal or informal Nevada educator.


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PBS Reno offers a plethora of education resources for formal and informal educators, as well as families. Offerings include free educational lessons, videos and hands-on activities. 


The Harry Reid Engineering Laboratory, located on the University of Nevada, Reno campus, is home to some of the most advanced STEM resources in Nevada! Among these resources are fiber optics and robotics labs, sure to delight any budding roboticist.

Project Lead The Way provides transformative learning experiences to PreK-12 students and teachers all across the United States. Many of these experiences focus on building real-world skills through engaging, hands-on lessons.

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