Class Tours/Science Ambassadors
Tours of the Center for Genome Innovation can be scheduled at any time during the year. Please email Bo Reese directly for more information.
Formed under the Center for Applied Genetics and Technology, the “Science Ambassadors” are a group of graduate students who voluntarily help promote the expansion of scientific knowledge in the local community. Students from local elementary, middle and high schools often visit the Center, with the Science Ambassadors leading the group through scientific activities and tours of the facility.
Bo Reese leads a tour of the Center for the Animal Science Genetics class (November 2013)
Founding Director of the CAGT, Dr. Linda Strausbaugh, leads a discussion with a group of High School students. September 2013
Science Ambassador, Amanda Dupuy, leads a discussion with High School students visiting the Center (September 2013)
Science ambassador, Tom Heider, leads a discussion with his group (September 2013)
Science ambassador, Charlie Feigin, gives students a tour of the Center (September 2013)
Science ambassador, Charlie Feigin, shows students a model of an animal skull. September 2013