Girls’ Science Adventures: Ecology and Adaptations at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History
February 24 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
‘Adapt or Go Extinct’
For our third science adventure, girls will visit the University of Oregon’s Museum of Natural and Cultural History to learn all about ecology and adaptations. They will investigate ecosystems and learn how plants and animals adapt to changing environments. Students will then explore the adaptations that have led to human limb development.
Girls’ Science Adventures is run in conjunction with the University of Oregon Women in Graduate Sciences.
Curious about why we offer Girls’ Science Adventures? Read more here.
Cost: $20 per workshop; $15 per workshop for members. (Register for all six workshops and receive $10 off).
Financial Assistance: Partial and full scholarships (including transportation assistance) are available for those with demonstrated financial need. Contact [email protected] or call 541-682-7892 for more information on scholarships.
Pick up and drop off for each program will be at a location on the University of Oregon campus or at Eugene Science Center. Check your confirmation letter for details after you register.
Cancellations made at least three days prior to the start of a program are eligible for a full refund or credit, minus a $5 cancellation fee. Cancellations after that are eligible for a 50% refund or credit. No refund or credit will be given if a cancellation is made on the day of the program or later.