Events Calendar for noyce
Monday, April 1, 2013
Ant Camp: High School Outreach Program in Genetics DEADLINE APRIL 1, 2013
Ant Camp is a National Science Foundation-funded program designed to promote science learning and technology at the high-school level. A major objective of the National Science Foundation is to integrate research with education, especially outreach education that will increase the scientific literacy of students and recruit them into science careers. Our approach is to bring teams of teachers and their students to the university for an intensive week-long immersion course, who will then return home and become the teachers themselves, running a genetics module for their high school classes.
Robert Noyce Summer Intern Scholarship Program DEADLINE APRIL 1,2013
The Noyce Undergraduate Summer Science Research Program is for first and second year students enrolled full-time in a science degree program. Its goal is to couple 7-12 science education and outreach with educators engaged in scientific research. Awardees will receive a stipend of $3,700 to participate in a 10-week summer research institute with researchers in the field of natural and physical sciences.
Workshop series on Science and Literacy, Engineering in Science, and the Next Generation Science Standards
Workshop series on Science and Literacy, Engineering in Science, and the Next Generation Science Standards. All sessions will be held at LAPDA in Montpelier at no cost to participants. For more information and to register go to lapdavt.org or contact Project Managers Renee Affolter email@example.com or Maura O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org.