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Florida public high school teachers help researchers breed disease-resistant rice during SEFS professional development workshop.
In their roles, Isabelle Gain and Maria C. Vallejo-Pareja will help implement programs that advance TESI’s mission.
Cohort II of the SEFS “Shark AI” Professional Development Workshop takes a deep dive into fossil sharks and artificial intelligence.
Teachers will work with scientists to develop lesson plans that help students better understand issues surrounding agriculture and food security.
The yearlong professional development program equips teachers with the tools to introduce students to AI and inspire STEM careers.
Thanks to funding from the Batchelor Foundation, participating teachers will receive a $1,000 stipend upon completion of the program.
This national award recognizes female graduate students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in paleontology research.
In her role, which begins July 1, Ennes will strengthen and forge new collaborations with researchers at UF and across the state.
Melissa Atkins and Susan Hahn were honored for their stellar contributions to science education and their participation in SEFS.