2006 UNAVCO Faculty-in-Residence Summer Program
Nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, UNAVCO Headquarters in Boulder, Colorado
The UNAVCO Faculty-in-Residence summer program is a new initiative designed to involve a college/university faculty member in UNAVCO education and outreach endeavors. The successful candidate will be an energetic, active member of the UNAVCO community who teaches introductory/general education college geoscience courses. This individual will work at UNAVCO headquarters in Boulder, CO for one week in June 2006.
The faculty-in-residence will have the following roles:
- Work independently and with UNAVCO education and outreach staff to develop classroom materials for introductory/general education geoscience courses.
- Test the classroom materials in his/her classroom during the 2006-2007 school year.
- Share his/her GPS and plate tectonics content knowledge with two middle/high school teachers who will also be working at UNAVCO headquarters in June.
- Interact with UNAVCO in the future to disseminate the classroom materials.
Housing, transportation, and a stipend are available. Application materials must be received by April 17, 2006. For inquiries about the program, please contact Becca Walker, UNAVCO education specialist (rwalkerunavco.org). Funded in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Faculty-in-Residence Application [PDF]
Faculty-in-Residence Information [PDF]
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