National Science Foundation Project GLACIER -- Partner with a Graduate Student to Develop Global Change Curriculum for your classroom

  • Total stipend of $4000 available for commitments over the summer and throughout the year;
  • Team with a BU graduate from geography, earth science, biology, engineering, or statistics;
  • Work as a team with BU graduate fellow and BU faculty advisor;
  • Enhance curricula with labs, demos, science clubs, and to provide additional content;
  • Take students on a field trip;
  • Receive training in global change technology and curriculum development;
  • Have opportunity to attend national conferences.
  • Atmosphere and Climate Connections
  • Hydrosphere - Fisheries, Marine Diversity and Marine Conservation
  • Biosphere - Biodiversity with a Focus on Walden Pond and Harvard Forest
  • Energy, conservation, and sustainability
  • Data, Measurement and Analysis
  • Veteran teacher in good standing interested in developing global change curriculum;
  • Must be willing to share teaching expertise with fellow;
  • Be able to commit for full academic year;
  • Participate in eight-day teacher workshop, August 1-4 and Aug. 8-11, 2016;
  • Must be willing to participate in occasional afterschool meetings to be held during the academic year, and one full-day mid-year callback.
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Sponsored by the NSF GK-12 Program