Produced by TPT public television, the NSF-funded DragonflyTV is a national PBS television series that brings Dragonfly's "real kids, real science" approach to a national television audience. DragonflyTV reaches more than 1.5 million viewers every week, and has generated SciGirls, a spin-off PBS television series now in production.
Wild Research is designed to deepen public engagement in science and conservation at zoos, aquariums, and similar learning environments nationwide. Conducted with the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden and a consortium of partner zoos and aquariums, Wild Research involves families directly in research and conservation action through Wild Research stations, participatory learning media, and education programs.
Field Expeditions is a global conservation program that brings educators and scientists together at conservation hotspots in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Graduate-credit workshops include "Namibia: Great Cat Conservation," "Thailand: Conservation and Buddhism," and "Mongolia: Steppe Ecology and Conservation."
Zoo Expeditions investigates exciting topics on the grounds of the Cincinnati Zoo. Classes on primate behavior, habitats, and plants and people offer direct research of the zoo's plants and animals.
iDiscovery, is a partnership between Project Dragonfly and Ohio's Project Discovery. iDiscovery facilitates teacher learning communities via an advanced web platform, and provides graduate-credit courses from Miami University to more than 2,000 educators a year.
Through Miami University’s College of Arts and Science and in collaboration with the Zoology, Botany and Microbiology departments Project Dragonfly offers three Master's Programs: (1) the Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP); 2) the Global Field Program (GFP); and (3) the Interdisciplinary Science Program (ISP). These programs allow participants to earn a Master of Arts in Zoology (MA) or a Masters of Arts in Teaching- Biological Sciences (MAT).