SCIENCE & HEALTH

EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP

at the University of California, San Francisco

THE SCIENCE & HEALTH EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP AT UCSF CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF BRINGING SCIENCE TO SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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Inspiring.
Partnering.
Increasing scientific understanding and access.

High School Intern Program

SEP’s High School Intern Program Received the 2011 Presidential Award For Excellence In Science, Mathematics, And Engineering Mentoring.

The Daly Ralston Resource Center

The cornerstone of all of SEP’s work is the Daly Ralston Resource Center, a lending library of materials to support hands-on health and science teaching.

Classroom Partnerships
At the heart of SEP’s programs are classroom-based partnerships where UCSF volunteers partner with SFUSD teachers to co-plan and co-teach a series of science and/or health lessons in the classroom.

Bay Area Science Festival

A multi-day celebration of the Bay Area’s scientific wonders, resources, and opportunities.

A Video about UCSF Science and Health Education Partnership

As part of the 2016 State of the University, Chancellor Hawgood highlighted the Science and Health Education Partnership’s (SEP) nearly 30-year history supporting science and health education in the San Francisco Unified School District. View this video with SEP Founder Bruce Alberts and SEP Co-Director Rebecca Smith.