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Announcement of Opportunity

Science Workshops for Educators 2006,
at Penn State University Park campus in State College, Pennsylvania.

- Posted January 24, 2006 -

Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium announces summer science workshops for educators.

Overview:
For Grades 5-8
July 9-14: Weather Workshop
July 16-21: Solar System to the Stars
July 23-28: Origins of the Cosmos
July 30-August 4: Life in Extreme Environments

For Grades 9-12
June 25-30: Smart Sensors (Physics and Chemistry)
July 9-14: Weather Workshop
July 23-28: Origins of the Cosmos
July 30-August 4: Life in Extreme Environments

Details:
http://www.teachscience.psu.edu

These interactive one-week workshops are lead by faculty at Penn State. Middle and high school educators can earn 2 graduate-course credits.

Grants from the Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium and NASA will provide all participants with a lodging allowance, reimbursement for travel costs up to $100, breakfast in the dining commons, and an allotment for lunches and dinners.

Tuition subsidies are available for all workshops on a competitive bases. The tuition subsidies are need-based and assessed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Application Deadline is March 1, 2006.
http://www.teachscience.psu.edu/apply.html


http://www.spacegrant.hawaii.edu/
email: Hawaii Space Grant
Updated January 2006.

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