Workshops with January Application Deadlinespublished Nov 25, 2013 10:20am
Please take a look at the opportunities and get those applications in early!
Applying geodesy data for societally important questions in undergraduate courses (webinar)
Join colleagues on January 10 for this webinar and discussion forum featuring an overview of geodetic methods and existing teaching resources that can be used to address critical societal geoscience questions. Participants will also learn about opportunities to get involved in the GETSI project.
There are other workshops with deadlines in February, so be sure to check out the NAGT/Cutting Edge and InTeGrate Workshop Schedules
Broadening Access to the Earth and Environmental Sciences: Increasing the Diversity of Undergraduate Students Learning About the EarthGetting the Most Out of Your Introductory Courses (virtual)
February 23-25, 2014
Arizona State University
Application Deadline: January 5, 2014
This workshop will focus on strategies for increasing the diversity of students graduating from all types of programs with a substantial geoscience component and supporting their successful entry into the workforce and explore successful strategies employed by participants in their own programs.
March 3-14, 2014
Application Deadline: January 13, 2014
This workshop will provide the opportunity for departments, individual faculty, and regional or state systems to reflect on their introductory courses and the ways that they can be designed to best serve their needs in their context.
NAGT Traveling Workshop Program
Application Deadline: January 15, 2014
This program brings examples and lessons learned by faculty and departments around the country to your department or regional group. NAGT Provides funding for one or two leaders to come to you.
Designing and Using Videos in Undergraduate Geoscience Education (virtual)
Feb 7, March 7, April 4, May 2 - 2014
Application Deadline: January 17, 2014
This virtual workshop is open to all faculty who teach undergraduate geoscience courses and who are currently incorporating homemade videos in their courses or who will begin to develop these resources as part of this program.