During the workshop, teachers will assist scientists with ongoing research projects while developing lesson plans based on what they’ve learned.
The Scientist in Every Florida School team had the chance to spread the word about the program at the recent … Continued
Florida Museum graduate students recently unveiled a new traveling exhibit and coloring book focused on the Miami blue butterfly.
Antonenko hopes he use his expertise in educational technology to help fulfill the institute’s mission to increase public understanding of Earth’s natural systems.
Citizen scientists can help collect data for Lucky’s School of Ants program, which displays exotic ant species via an interactive map.
Thompson Earth Systems Institute Faculty Fellow Dr. Andrea Lucky and students Casey Parker and Rachel Atchinson work with Streaming Science‘s … Continued
UF Thompson Earth Systems Institute participates in the 5th Life Discovery Conference (LDC) on March 21-23rd. This conference is hosted … Continued
If you read our post, “Florida’s Environment: 5 Issues to Watch this Legislative Session,” you might have some thoughts to … Continued
A new ‘moonshot’ initiative at the University of Florida aims to tackle some of the world’s big issues. Moonshot refers … Continued
The Thompson Earth Systems Institute team headed to the Florida Association of Science Teachers annual meeting in Miami, Florida. This … Continued