The Pennsylvania Space Grant is supporting a new educator workshop for PA teachers (2-credit course) that I have developed. It will focus on
introductory field methods in geoscience and paleontology and will be held in Red Lodge, Montana this summer.
For more information, visit http://sites.psu.edu/ewes/ (link is external)
Would you like the opportunity to involve your students in an authentic research project? Would you like to earn WVU credit and a summer stipend for your participation? Would you like to use the largest telescope in the United States to search for exotic stars called pulsars? Have no fear, the Pulsar Search Collaboratory is here!
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program (ACEAP)
This program, in its fourth year, brings amateur astronomers, planetarium personnel, and astronomy educators to several U.S.-funded astronomy observatories in Chile. While there, ambassadors will receive behind-the-scenes tours of some of the world’s most productive and advanced telescopes, including in-depth information on their instruments and discoveries.
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