Students from all majors who have an interest in the environment are encouraged to apply!
The lesson plans focus on real-world water issues and will soon be available for free download.
TESI workshop helps young, underrepresented professionals produce short videos about their scientific journeys.
Consider working with teachers during our 4th annual summer professional development workshop!
Marion County first-grade teacher Jowan Johnson-Allen was awarded a SEFS Superstar Teacher of the Quarter award.
From July 5-9, 59 teachers representing 22 counties will assist scientists with ongoing research projects.
The selected projects are intended to communicate Earth systems science research to lifelong learners.
Learn about the history, essential elements, relevance, and best practices of NSF’s Broader Impacts.
Peterman spoke of change, conservation and the mischaracterized history of preserving outdoor spaces in the United States.
‘It was a great first experience in working with grant money, and I’d encourage anyone to apply for the grant as well.’