We are a globally distributed organization working on improving equity in digital science education.  As we enter the Anthropocene, a geologic epoch where humans overwhelming impact Earth system processes, it is critically important that we train responsible planetary stewards.  This needs to be done at all levels and educational settings, from the formal classroom to informal learning events.  Digital technologies are some of the most impactful ways of improving science education universally, when done right.  Coupled with game-based learning, role-playing, place-based learning, and other experiential modes of learning, we are working to transform science education to better meet the challenges of the 21st century.

We are currently working on two major projects:  1) Greenworks, a global environmental classroom for role-playing curricula and community impact projects and 2) Agavi, a digital science learning platform for low-resource areas.  We also work on experimental projects in science tourism and talk with science educators via our Global.Science podcast.

Dot matrix map showing blue people where volunteers are located (Arizona, California, US Virgin Islands, Brazil, Romania, and Nigeria), green people where project partners are located (Arizona, US Virgin Islands, Amazonia, Brazil, Ukraine, South Korea, and Indonesia), and logos of partner organizations (Blue Marble in Seattle, USA, Khairun University in Ternate, Indonesia)

 Currently, we are working with volunteers (blue) in Arizona, California, Michigan, US Virgin Islands (USA), Brazil, Romania, and Nigeria.  Current project deployments (green) are located in Arizona and US Virgin Islands (USA), Amazonia and São Paulo (Brazil), Ukraine, South Korea, and Indonesia.  We have professional partnerships with Blue Marble Space Institute of Science (USA) and Khairun University (Indonesia).

Science Voices was founded in 2019 by Dr. Lev Horodyskyj, who spent nearly a decade working on digital astrobiology and sustainability learning at Arizona State University.  Science Voices builds on that work by taking it global and working with communities that couldn’t utilize the high concept resources that were developed due to limitations in bandwidth, power, or funds.  Prior to his time at ASU, he completed a PhD in geosciences and astrobiology.

Science Voices is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, incorporated in Arizona, USA.