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CORNELL LABORATORY FOR ACCELERATOR-BASED SCIENCES AND EDUCATION — CLASSE

Xraise is Outreach for CLASSE

Xraise provides experiences, to students, educators, and the public, that make science familiar and accessible. Immersed with scientists themselves, we facilitate hands-on minds-on activities that involve direct interaction with physics phenomena. Through professional development, camps, tours, after-school and weekend family activities, and media, we foster excitement while developing understanding and intuitions about physics.

BioBuild! Physics of Cayuga Lake for Girls

July 21, 22, 23 from 9am-4pm. Eco-Cruise July 23 from 4-6pm
Summer 2015 programming with Xraise just for girls!

Registration closed.

BioBuild! Physics of Life in the Water

August 11,13 and 14th from 9am-4pm.
Summer 2015 programming with Tully Regional Enrichment Program, Ithaca Generator and Xraise!

Registration for Tully students Reserve your space now!

Cornell Summer Science Snapshot!

Harnessing the Earth's Energy
Summer 2015 programming with Xraise for educators and students

Harnessing the Earth's Energy for Educators
Upper primary and middle school educators are invited to join us at the eXploration station July 29-31st from 9:00am-4:30pm.
Participating teachers will receive a $150 stipend, up to $200 in travel reimbursement, curricular materials, lunch each day and PD credit to submit to their district.
Registration for educators has been extended to July 23, 2015.


Harnessing the Earth's Energy for Students
Students entering the 3rd-5th grades in the fall of 2015 are invited to join us at the eXploration station August 10-11, 2015.
Students entering the 6th-8th grades in the fall of 2015 are invited to join us at the eXploration station August 13-14, 2015.
Registration is closed

Internships

Internships offer an exciting way to discover research interest while gaining real-world marketable skills in a world-class laboratory. Opportunities include: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU), Summer Research for Community College Students (SRCCS), and High School Research Apprenticeships and Exhibit Prototyping through the Learning Web.

CIPT

The CLASSE Institute for Physics Teachers provides equipment and training for content-rich high school physics lab activities. Designed to update high school teachers on recent advances in physics and related applications, participants attending CIPT workshops attend presentations given by scientists and conduct take-home laboratory exercises designed to meet the time and budgetary constraints of a typical high school.

Tours

Tours of the Wilson Laboratory are available to school groups, interested professionals, and the public. Highlights include the CESR control room, the CLEO solenoid, the synchrotron tunnel, CHESS ops, X-ray hutches, and the ERL prototype.

News

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Media Links

Check out Xraise's social media to keep up with what's going on. Our Facebook will show you what we're up to, go to YouTube to see our how-to videos and event compilations, Twitter will show you what we're trending on, and Pinterest will give you activity ideas and invite you into the conversation about science education.