This spring, a team of College of Engineering seniors built a prototype of a rover to use at the Oso Grande Wind project in Roswell, N.M. in partnership with TEP.
From robot kits to Madagascar hissing crickets, TEP provided supplies this summer to help about 120 teachers bring STEM lessons to local students.
Children can climb behind the wheel, push buttons and plug in a charger in a revamped electric vehicle at a recently modernized exhibit.
TEP supported students participating in a nationwide competition to share transportation solutions for cleaner air.
As interest in outdoor activities escalated during the pandemic, the Arizona Trail Association stepped up its efforts to educate youth about our surroundings.
Decades later, a former intern is still using her chemistry skills to ensure compliance with air and water regulations for TEP and UniSource.
Kids are naturally curious explorers. So when it comes to teaching science, hands-on learning works best.