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The CATTS Program is a dedicated to advancing Science, Math and Technology in the classroom. Take a moment to check out our newest fellows and the amazing educators they are working with right here in Tucson!


Through collaborative partnerships between Researchers, University Students and Educators CATTS strives to forge a greater understanding of learning at all levels. Our partnering educators work along side of our CATTS Fellows and provide mentoring opportunities through various K-12 classrooms workshops, and projects.


We have worked with many educators and national educational programs such as Project WET, Project Learning Tree and Insect Discovery. We also work with local schools and teachers in the greater Tucson area. If you would like to know more about our program or are interested in participating in the University of Arizona CATTS Program, please contact us.











CATTS Fellow Marty Cisneroz (right) and a student at the Health Care Careers for Minority Students organized by CATTS Fellow  Rachel Zenak  for the educators and students of Pueblo High School in Tucson, Arizona.

CATTS Fellow Christine Hallman (center) with educators Kerri Carlton (right) & Rebecca Lipson (left) at Miles Exploratory Learning Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Science Educator Betty Sanchez (left) with CATTS Fellow Belin (right) at Miles Exploratory Learning Center in Tucson, Arizona

CATTS Fellow Geoff Mitchell takes time a break for a photo with

Dr. Andrew Lettuce at Pueblo High School in Tucson, Arizona.