Attention students interested in a PAID research opportunity!
If you are an undergraduate student beginning your 2nd or 3rd year, or transferring to UW- Madison in Fall of 2011, consider participating in the Undergraduate Research and Mentoring Program (URM).
Sigma Life Science Biogrant Video Contest: Win A $20,000 High School Lab Makeover!
Welcome to the March issue of the WSST eblast. Our organization has a wealth of information and resources for the science teacher. Be sure to check out the WSST website regularly:
Trees For Tomorrow Natural Resources Specialty School in Eagle River is hosting their third annual Envirothon Team Training Workshop April 1-3, 2011. This workshop is the perfect opportunity to get away and totally focus your students for the upcoming Wisconsin Envirothon on April 21.
Welcome to the FEBRUARY issue of the WSST eblast. Our organization has a wealth of information and resources for the science teacher.
Science Futures 2011
Seeking twenty-four K-12 teachers of science with 1+ years of classroom experience who want
to improve their own professional development and leadership potential in science education.
Website for more information:
Applicable Wisconsin Teaching Standards:
#4- Teachers know how to teach
#10- Teachers are connected with other teachers & community
The 2011 Wisconsin Envirothon is currently seeking volunteers for the April 21 event at Wisconsin Lions Camp in Rosholt. Wisconsin Envirothon is part of Canon Envirothon: One of North America's Largest High School Environmental Education Competitions. The current issue for the 2011 event is Salt and Fresh Water Estuaries. You can find out more about Wisconsin Envirothon by visitng our Web site at www.wlwca.org and reviewing the advisor handbook or exam archives, or by visiting the Canon Envirothon Web site at www.envirothon.org.
The University of Wisconsin's Synchrotron Radiation Center, near Madison, WI, will host two local-area high school science instructors during the summer of 2011. The two selected instructors will work together on closely related projects under the direct tutelage of research scientists and SRC staff, using the synchrotron as an intense source of IR and UV radiation. The goal of the program is to provide an in-depth and intense experience for high school instructors who desire to delve into cutting edge research with the intention of enhancing their content knowledge and bringing
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