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CSI: MS Teacher Workshop

Monday, June 17, 2019 (All day) to Friday, June 28, 2019 (All day)

Application Deadline

March 13, 2019

Online application can be found at: https://www.tfaforms.com/4719400

Workshop Dates: June 17-28, 2019 (weekdays only)

Workshop Location:

Delta State University, Cleveland, MS

Funded by the National Science Foundation (OIA-1539035 and CBET 1752036), this workshop will introduce middle and high school science instructors to a new way for using inquiry and crime scene investigations as a method of teaching fundamental science skills and concepts. The workshop is aligned with the Mississippi Science Standards and will incorporate Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, Math, Technology, Writing, and so much more.  Participants will experience hands-on, inquiry-based and laboratory instruction and will receive materials to take back to their classrooms.

What is provided:
Full protocols for all of the labs performed in the workshop
$100/day professional stipend ($1,000 total)
Travel/Lodging* and Food allowance
CEUs paid for by the project
Supplies to take back to your classroom
* Travel allowance is based on mileage from the participant’s teaching institution. Restrictions apply


Application Deadline: March 13, 2019
Please complete the following form online at https://www.tfaforms.com/4719400
or complete a hard copy and mail or fax to:
Katie Echols, Mississippi State University, Mississippi EPSCoR
P.O. Box 6343, Mississippi State, MS  39762, Fax:  662-325-8028
For further information contact Katie at 662-325-3570 or Katie@research.msstate.edu

To see pictures from past workshops, visit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/msepscor/

This workshop is funded by the National Science Foundation through the following projects:
EPSCoR Track 2: Feeding and Power the World - Capturing Sunlight to Split Water and Generate Fertilizer and Fuels, NSF OIA-1539035
CAREER: First Principles Modeling of Solvothermal and Coverage Effects for Selective Deoxygenation on Transition Metal Catalysts, NSF CBET 1752036

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