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The Radford University Science Alliance is a group of RU faculty and students that hosts K-12 school groups here at Radford University for a "Science Day." These are day-long field trips full of science activities for your students. Joining the Radford University Planetarium in the Science Alliance are the Physics Department, the Geology Department's Museum of the Earth Sciences, the Biology Department's Greenhouse, the Chemistry Department, and the Forensic Science Institute.
All of these presentations are presented at the level of the visiting grade levels. Thus we host groups of similar grade levels. For example, it would be perfectly fine to have a mixture of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders, but we don't schedule a mixture of e.g. grades 1 through 6 on the same day.
For more information about our Science Days, or to schedule your group for a Science Day visit, please contact Dr. Rhett Herman at (540) 831-5441 (office phone), (540) 831-5652 (Department office), or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Due to the popularity of this program, Science Day visits typically book more than a year in advance. Please be sure to plan ahead, and contact Dr. Herman far in advance.