Project MICROBE provides middle and high school teachers training in an innovative, microbe-focused curriculum. Curriculum materials include six core lessons. In these lessons, students engage in inquiry-based activities to learn about microbes in the three domains of life: Eukaryotes, Bacteria, and Archaea.
Instructors of the 2017 summer workshop are School of Biological Sciences Professor Joshua Weitz, Samantha DeWerff, Kevin Knapik, and Matthew Pauley
The workshop has only 30 spots available.
Cost is $125 per person. Register at http://tinyurl.com/nxklnqu
$50 early registration fee before May 24. Enter promotional code microbe50 at checkout.
$100 registration fee by June 7. Enter promotional code microbe100 at checkout.
Project MICROBE is funded by grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.