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Educator Opportunity to Take Place on Lake Huron

Lake Guardian - Photo by Chris J. Benson
APPLICATION DEADLINE:
April 30, 2012. View the Application Process.
CRUISE WORKSHOP DATE:
July 8-14, 2012.
ELIGIBILITY:
Teachers and non-formal educators working with 4th-10th grade students in the Great Lakes region.

The Opportunity:

The Great Lakes Sea Grant Network seeks 15 educators interested in participating in the Shipboard and Shoreline Science Workshop being offered through The Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE) Great Lakes. The workshop will take place aboard the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) research vessel, the Lake Guardian, on Lake Huron, North America's second largest inland sea by surface area.

The Shipboard and Shoreline Science Workshop is a unique, expenses-paid, cruise that allows educators to work with Great Lakes Sea Grant staff, EPA researchers, and scientists. Successful applicants must be willing to integrate Great Lakes and marine science into their teaching curriculum. Graduate credits for participating in this workshop are available through the University of Minnesota Duluth.

For more information about the workshop and to apply, go to: http://coseegreatlakes.net/events/shipboard12.

Posted on April 4, 2012


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