Office of Science Outreach

Watch herpetologist Jessica Ford explain the work she does with tadpoles. 

Read about the Office of Science Outreach's new online Inquiry-based learning course. 

Read about what motivates STEMM Diversity co-founders to continue with their EDI work.

What is CRISPR? Science writer Ada McVean explains CRISPR for kids.

Read about the outreach group's activities for McGill's Bicentennial

See where science outreach goes, reaching over 30,000 people on an average year.

Science outreach is back in person!

For McGill students

Looking for ways to meet people, reach out and share your science? Outreach gives McGill students opportunities for enriched, hands-on learning that combines formal studies with science communication and community engagement. 
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For the general public

Connect with students and researchers and discover what they do through online events, public lectures, workshops, exhibitions, podcasts and more.
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For families, schools, libraries and community groups

Online presentations and resources for families, schools, CEGEPs, libraries and community groups, with curriculum-aligned teaching resources for primary- and secondary-level students.
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McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg* nations. McGill honours, recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.

* Haudenosaunee (h oh-DEE-n oh -SH oh-n ee ) and Anishinabeg (Ah-nish-ih-nah'-bey)

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