Science Alliance Live!
Innovative Theatre – Interactive Science
For Children and Families
Tuk in the Arctic
Children ages 4-10 will help Canadian Inuit Working Dog, Tuk, protect Dr. Victoria Hill’s chocolate supply while collecting data about sea ice and learning to be scientists!
Enzo Murray: Science Reporter
Children grades 4-8 join Enzo as she navigates a world of overblown media. We meet Dr. Fred Dobbs who shows us the processes of data-collection and research that help scientists understand microbial life.
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Science Alliance Live strives to connect scientific research to local communities through the arts. Scientists, artists, and educators collaborate to create events that inspire kids, families, and communities to engage in science and scientific research. Science Alliance Live events combine innovative interactive theatre, hands-on science activities, and online interaction with real scientists to promote scientific literacy in an inclusive family-friendly environment.
Science Alliance Live at is directed by Jenifer Alonzo (Associate Professor of Communication and Theatre Arts) in collaboration with other ODU faculty including: Dr. Victoria Hill (Assistant Professor of Oceanography), Dr. Fred C. Dobbs (Professor of Oceanography), Dr. Amy Adcock (Associate Professor, Department of STEM Education and Professional Studies), Stephen Pullen (Associate Professor of Communication and Theatre Arts), and Stephen Burgin (Assistant Professor, Department of STEM Education and Professional Studies).