Outreach

“Rockin” Science Saturday at the Mercer County Library
April 16, 2024

Rilla McKeegan, 3rd year graduate student in the Schoene Lab, brought the fascinating world of rocks and minerals to children and their parents.

Global Warming: What’s so Special about this Time?
Jan. 5, 2024

On January 5, 2023 sixteen teachers (ranging from Kindergarten through High School) attended a full day Teachers as Scholars workshop on climate change.

Climate Change: Exploring Solutions to a Complex Problem
Aug. 21, 2023

Middle- and high-school teachers came to Princeton’s campus to learn about the causes and effects of climate change in a week-long professional development workshop.

Buried Secrets: The Geological Significance, Formation and History of Iron Ore Deposits in the New Jersey Highlands
July 29, 2023

Buried Secrets, developed and led by Professor Blair Schoene, Lab Manager Laurel Goodell, and Research Specialist Isabel Koran, engaged participants in exploring fundamental questions related to the formation and age of this iron ore.

Geosciences Graduate Students Help Inaugurate Spring Into Science Event
June 9, 2023
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Written by Andrew Harrison, Staff Writer, CentralJersey.com

In the Frick Atrium inside Princeton University’s Frick Chemistry Laboratory and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, the university’s new Science Outreach program launched its signature “Spring Into Science” event on April 22, 2023.

Affiliated Groups

The Princeton University Geosciences Society (PUGS)
Founded in 2011, this undergraduate student group is dedicated to promoting awareness of Geology and Earth Sciences at Princeton University. 

Princeton's Science Outreach
Science Outreach serves as a nexus connecting faculty, students, and postdocs with youth, teachers, nonprofit organizations, and the broader community with the goals of increasing engagement, participation, equity, and inclusion in STEM fields.