SCIENCE & HEALTH
at the University of California, San Francisco
SEP is offering two types of virtual STEM programming for K-12 classrooms in the spring of 2021
Virtual Classroom Partnership Program
Virtual classroom-based partnerships will bring together UCSF volunteers and SFUSD teachers for a series of three virtual visits. UCSF’s scientist volunteers are a diverse group, including graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, research scientists, and students in the professional schools of medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, physical therapy, and nursing.
One-Visit Virtual Offerings
*New* one-visit virtual opportunities. These offerings will match K-12 teachers and students with a one-time interaction with UCSF volunteers, who will work with SEP staff to create age-appropriate programming for students.
Deadline to apply: Monday, January 25th
SEP's offices are closed
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our offices, including the Resource Center, are closed until further notice.
The SEP staff may be reached by email: https://sep.ucsf.edu/staff/.
Thank you – The SEP Team
THE SCIENCE & HEALTH EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP AT UCSF CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF BRINGING SCIENCE TO SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Increasing scientific understanding and access.
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.