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SACNAS Official Logo

Students will be introduced to the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), and consider the importance of diversity.

Grade level(s): 
9-12
Prep time: 
10-15 minutes
In-class time: 
35-60 minutes

Students will learn about the life of experimental physicist Luis W. Alvarez, as well as his contributions to particle physics.

Guide subjects: 
Grade level(s): 
9-12
Prep time: 
10-15 min
In-class time: 
60-90 min
Los Alamos National Laboratory, courtesy AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives

In this lesson students will be learning about the life and work of Fred Begay, also known as Fred Young and Clever Hunter, the first Native American to earn a PhD in physics.

Guide subjects: 
Grade level(s): 
9-12
Prep time: 
30 min
In-class time: 
50 min
Victor Blanco at Kitt Peak National Laboratory, Tucson, Arizona

In this lesson students will learn about the life and work of Victor Blanco.

Guide subjects: 
Grade level(s): 
9-12
Prep time: 
30 min
In-class time: 
70 min
National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Very Large Array of radio/telescope dishes in Socorro, New Mexico.

In this lesson plan students will learn about Stellar seismology, a technique that was developed by the astronomy Wanda Diaz-Merced.

Guide subjects: 
Grade level(s): 
9-12
Prep time: 
20 min
In-class time: 
65 min
Portrait of Sally Ride.

In this lesson students will be learning about the first American woman in space, Sally Ride, as well as her work after NASA in outreach for young girls in astrophysics.

Guide subjects: 
Grade level(s): 
9-12
Prep time: 
10 min
In-class time: 
55-80 min

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