Service

Outreach Activities

I²AT is involved in a number of outreach activities to school systems, individual schools, classrooms, teachers and students. Participation in such activities is a valuable way to bring state-of-the-art technologies, the beauty of the microscopic world, and the enthusiasm of scientific research to K-12, undergraduates, and the community as a whole. The technologies available at I²AT are out of reach for the individual classroom or school to acquire personally, but are made accessible through a variety of outreach efforts.

I²AT Tours

Electronic Classroom Accessibility

Annual Insect Rearing Workshop
The annual Insect Rearing Workshop is an intensive 5-day study designed to cover all the major areas of laboratory rearing of insects. Since it was first offered in 2000 there have been more than 300 students attending from 39 different states and 22 different countries.

Other Funded Outreach Projects