Outreach: Host a Teacher in Your Lab This Summer

Contributed by kjm34 on Mar 12, 2019 - 04:38 PM

Are you interested in hosting a K-12 teacher in your lab this summer? The Teachers Researching Evolution program, run by BEACON Education and Outreach [1] and supported by the SSE Education and Outreach Committee with funds from Wiley Publishers, will provide support for three teachers this summer. If you would like to host a teacher, please complete the interest form (https://goo.gl/forms/1pykVgnELNEOCzLy2 [2]) by Friday, March 22Continue reading to learn more about how you can participate.

You will be asked to draft a brief project summary. Please provide location, link to your webpage, a general description of your work and a more general statement of your lab's research interests.  If you submitted a description in 2018, you will find it here: https://beaconed.wordpress.com/research-experiences/ [3]  

More information and research experience examples from last year: https://beaconed.wordpress.com/research-experiences/ [4]   

Please note: The Teachers Researching Evolution program works as a ‘matchmaker’ to connect teachers with researchers.  If you have a teacher you would like to work with, please indicate so in the application. If not, we will do our best to help find one in your local area.

If you have matching funds and would like help recruiting a teacher, please let us know on the form.

Links
  1. http://evolutionsociety.org/https://beaconed.wordpress.com/
  2. http://evolutionsociety.org/https://goo.gl/forms/1pykVgnELNEOCzLy2
  3. http://evolutionsociety.org/https://beaconed.wordpress.com/research-experiences/
  4. http://evolutionsociety.org/'tag/students/'
  5. http://evolutionsociety.org/'tag/awards/'
  6. http://evolutionsociety.org/'tag/grants/'