Interested in biology? UW–Madison offers some great opportunities to find out more about biology, apply your knowledge to improve your community, encourage a child's love of science, and become a role model for young people.
Science Outreach Events
To find out about UW–Madison community outreach science events for adults and for families, visit the science.wisc.edu page and the UW–Madison calendar of events. Family events include Science Cafes at the Mazomanie Science Outreach Outpost (MOO) and Family Science Events offered through the Adult Role Models in Science (ARMS) program.
Science Enrichment for Kids
Have a child or young friend interested in science? Looking for a longer-term program to let that interest blossom? How about...
- Science camps at the Mazomanie Science Outreach Outpost (MOO)
- After-school science clubs through the Adult Role Models in Science (ARMS) program
- The PEOPLE program for middle and high school students of color and students with low incomes
Museums and Other Fun Places to Visit
UW-Madison offers a number of science and discovery sites to let you explore everything from dinosaur bones to physics. There are also a number of fascinating gardens and other natural areas. And if you're interested in cows, at the Dairy Cattle Center on Linden Drive you can see cows milked every day at 4:30p.m. without an appointment.
Ask an Expert
Have a question about biology? There's sure to be an expert at UW–Madison who can help.