Join Betty Beuhler of Lab-Aids at the Arizona Science Teachers Association Annual Conference: Teaching Science in an Evolving Climate.
Check back soon for more information on booth number and workshop details.
After the conference take a moment and look up at the sky! If you’re a stargazer, Tucson is one of the best spots in the U.S. for astronomy. In 1972, Pima County enacted a “dark sky” code to regulate the brightness and number of outdoor bulbs in an effort to help local observatories like one at Kitt Peak. Now Tucson suffers from far less light pollution than most cities do, allowing stars and planets to shine through the darkness.