Founded in 1996, the National Ag Science Center has developed and evolved programs with partners from the Stanislaus community, the ag industry, and educational institutions. Our guiding principal has been to facilitate conversations about the resources we have and how they can help prepare students to successfully enter careers in ag and ag related fields.
In 2011, Ag In Motion was launched. AIM, a mobile classroom reches every seventh and eighth grade classroom in Stanislaus and south San Joaquin counties, delivering innovative science and agriculture curricula. As of school year 2016 - 2017, we are expanding our scope to include a partnership with CSU, Stanisluas which sends AgScience Ambassadors into third and fourth                            grade classrooms.
Summer 2017 brings an enhanced Summer C.A.M.P. experience for students as we partner with Modesto Junior College and the Great Valley Museum offering four-day long science experiences for kindergarten through 6th grade students. In creating collaborative partnerships, we hope to build a network of resources that can be accessed from the NASC to meet education, industry and community needs.

Meet The Team

Executive Director

Dr. Emily Lawrence worked in the education sector for 25 years. In 2016 she took on the role of Director at the National Ag Science Center. Dr. Lawrence sees this as a natural progression of her career as her career in education focused on working statewide with Career Technical Education and student pathways, and now to the NASC which works towards engaging students in agriculture and science.

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