Water is a limited resource. More than 1,300 Illinois communities rely on water from Lake Michigan, inland surface water, and groundwater. Globally, more than two billion people are affected by water stress due to growing demands on water supplies and the increasing effects of climate change. Water is essential to all life. We must be responsible for its future.
In the Great Water Design Challenge, student teams will compete in research and design thinking to create innovative responses and solutions to address their selected water challenge. Teams will be provided with access to research, prototyping, and presentation materials to address their selected challenge. Experts will also be available for questions, conversations and insights as team work.
The Challenge is open to teams of 3-4 high school students and their faculty sponsor(s). Teams must arrange for their own transportation. Continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided. Awards will be presented to top performing teams. Space is limited to the first 20 schools that register.
HS teams of 3-4 students + teacher/advisor
May 1, 2019
Space is limited to the first 20 teams to respond
Registration Link: https://tinyurl.com/y3 esgcl3
ILLINOIS MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE ACADEMY
1500 Sullivan Road
Liz Martinez at: email@example.com
Join educators and researchers from the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, the ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium, and the Clemson University Cooperative Extension for this exciting workshop!
Join NOAA Planet Stewards, NOAA’s Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) and the Aldo Leopold Nature Center(ALNC) for a two day workshop featuring hands-on activities for integrating climate, STEM, and data resources into your classroom or informal science curriculum.
DAY ONE: Engage in interactive investigations using phenological and historical data to illustrate climate change. Other activities include measuring water quality related to storm water runoff, and the impact of climate change on regional precipitation and the maple syruping industry. Connect the local to the global with resources you can access with your students in a classroom or outdoor settings.
DAY TWO: will take place on the University of Wisconsin’s Madison campus, birthplace of satellite meteorology. Learn about the newest Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) and how to access and investigate satellite imagery.
Participants will leave the workshop with fully equipped to apply to the 2020 NOAA Planet Stewards Stewardship Community and coach their students in a virtual science fair this spring using satellite data to investigate weather and natural hazards. Science fair prizes include gift cards and official GOES launch viewing invitations at the Kennedy Space Center! (no travel support is provided). Teachers of the winning teams will receive launch invitations and travel support to present at the 2020 American Meteorological Society Centennial meeting in Boston!
Educators attending both days will receive certificates of completion to apply towards CEU credits.
Reimbursement of up to $200 per participant is available to offset travel, hotel, substitute teacher fees or other workshop expenses. Complete this form if you will be requesting reimbursement.
A Continental breakfast, lunch, and light refreshments are included each day. Lodging is not provided.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
COST: $50.00 per Participant
CANCELLATION POLICY: If you are unable to attend, please contact us two weeks in advance to receive a refund of your registration. A 15% administrative fee will be applied to all refunds to cover processing costs. Cancellations with less than 2 weeks' notice are not eligible for a refund.
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Last updated: 03/22/19
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