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  • Thursday, September 01, 2016 7:31 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    NCSE is in the process of recruiting teachers for NCSEteach’s Scientists in the Classroom program. NCSE has over 30 years of experience supporting the teaching of science in public schools, with a particular focus on climate change and evolution. With this program, teachers and scientists collaborate as colleagues, peers, and partners in the scientific enterprise to further science education. So how exactly does it work? First off, teachers apply for the program here. Then, we'll work to find a scientist in the area who matches the interests and needs of the class. Once a match is made, we'll connect the teachers with a local scientist and provide guidance throughout the semester-long program to plan and carry out two in-class visits. For more information on Scientists in the Classroom, visit NCSE's website.

  • Friday, July 01, 2016 9:21 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Land Science is a virtual internship for middle and high school students funded by the National Science Foundation and developed by the University of Wisconsin and Mass Audubon. Students take on the role of interns in a virtual urban planning firm where they are presented with complex, real-world STEM problems with no optimal solutions. Teacher s have the opportunity to join the Land Science Educator Networ k (LSEN) - a unique group of formal and informal educator s implementing Land Science

    Formal and Informal Educators are both welcome to apply. Only five spots are available. To learn more about Land Science and the Land Science Educator Network, visit our website: 

    To apply, please fill out our online application:

  • Friday, July 01, 2016 7:45 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Friday, November 18, 2016
    Save the date for this year's FIRST Women in Science & Technology (WIST) Forum at UNH-Manchester, and FIRST Place on Friday, November 18, 2016! The FIRST WIST Forum, first held in 2000 and averaging 300+ attendees, has proven to be a very popular opportunity for young women and men in high school to learn more about careers in science and technology directly from accomplished women in these fields. The Forum runs from 8:45am to 2:00pm with a light breakfast, and lunch included. Speakers from a wide variety of science, technology, engineering and math fields will reflect on their education, careers, field, choices, work history, and other tidbits, anecdotes and stories to inspire young women and men.
    Questions? Please email Karen Sullivan,

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