March 14th, 2013 Bob
We are seeking applicants for our BioBlitz! Organizer in Training program. If you are interested in learning how to hold a BioBlitz! in your home town, neighborhood, school, or local park, please check out the information and application form posted on the BioBlitz! Oklahoma website.
If you participate, you receive a travel stipend and free lodging for the BioBlitz! weekend in October. You will also receive a travel stipend to the trainer workshop and a fun kit of BioBlitz! tools. Formal educators may earn up to 21 hours of professional development.
Application deadline is April 1st.
And don’t forget to mark your calendars for BioBlitz! 2013 on October 11-13 at Camp Simpson in south-central Oklahoma.
Enjoy the springy weather!
BioBlitz! is a project of the Oklahoma Biological Survey and the University of Oklahoma.
For more information contact the BioBlitz! Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-325-7658.
February 21st, 2013 Bob
NABT Conference Proposals Due March 15th
March 15th is quickly approaching and so is the deadline to submit proposals for the 2013 Professional Development Conference. We know you have some great ideas and strategies to share with your colleagues, and you know there is no better audience than at the NABT Conference. Over 150 biology and life science education sessions will be featured from November 20-23 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. Will your session be among them?
Biology education is heading in some exciting directions, and the NABT Professional Development Committee is encouraging session proposals focused on the Next Generation Science Standards, the AP Biology course, and Vision & Change. The committee is also particularly interested in workshop sessions designed to help educators develop new and rework current assessments to reflect the implementation of these initiatives.
All proposals must be submitted online at http://www.nabt.org/submissions/nabt2013 by Friday, March 15th to be considered. Only regular sessions will be accepted at this site. All special workshop proposals are being accepted at 2013 Special Workshops.
Proposals will be reviewed by the NABT Professional Development Committee and acceptance confirmations will be emailed to primary presenters by April 30, 2013. Please contact NABT at email@example.com or (888) 501-NABT x105 with any questions related to the 2013 NABT Conference.
Help NABT Bring Biology Day To NSTA Area Conferences
NABT is proud to once again offer a full day of biology and life science sessions at the 2013 NSTA Area Conferences. Proposals are being accepted for NABT Biology Day and we invite you to submit online at http://www.nabt.org/websites/institution/index.php?p=654.
NSTA Area Conferences will be held in:
• Portland, OR: October 24 – 26 (NABT Biology Day October 25th)
• Charlotte, NC: November 7 -9 (NABT Biology Day November 8th)
• Denver, CO: December 12 -14 (NABT Biology Day December 13th)
All presenters must register for the NSTA Area Conference they will be attending. Only proposals submitted directly to NABT will be considered for Biology Day.
NABT Biology Day proposals must be submitted by 5pm Eastern on February 25th to be considered. Please contact Jacki Reeves-Pepin at firstname.lastname@example.org or (888) 501-NABT x 102 with questions.
Regional Workshop Opportunity:
The Colorado Biology Teachers Association (CBTA), with help from Team Colorado of the AP Biology Leadership Academy, will host a full day workshop designed for middle and high school teachers. This event will be held on March 2nd at Broomfield High School in Broomfield, Colorado.
Program participants will explore strategies and techniques for helping students formulate questions, analyze data, evaluate evidence and write a scientific explanation. They will conduct lab investigations, and use an “explanation tool” and assessment rubrics to learn how to seamlessly scaffold these ideas into their instruction. Free resources will also be available!
The cost is $10 and anyone is welcome to attend. Light continental breakfast and lunch is included in the cost. CDE Recertification Certificate of Attendance will be provided, and 0.5 Adams State College Graduate Credit is available for an additional fee.
Space is limited and please visit CBTA/AP Bio Academy Workshop to register.
The NABT/BSCS AP Biology Leadership Academy is made possible with support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Pearson Foundation and Richard Petritz Foundation.
Nominations Now Open For PAEMST
The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) are the nation’s highest honors for teachers of mathematics and science (including computer science). Awardees serve as models for their colleagues, inspiration to their communities, and leaders in the improvement of mathematics and science education.
A number of NABT members have been recognized with this award. You know great teachers (including yourself), so please nominate them!
Recipients of the award receive the following:
- A certificate signed by the President of the United States.
- A paid trip for two to Washington, D.C., to attend a series of recognition events and professional development opportunities.
- A $10,000 award from the National Science Foundation.
In addition to recognizing outstanding teaching in mathematics or science (including computer science), the program provides teachers with an opportunity to build lasting partnerships with colleagues across the nation. This growing network of award-winning teachers serves as a vital resource for improving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education and keeping America globally competitive.
The 2013 Presidential Awards will honor mathematics and science teachers working in grades 7-12. Nominations can be made online at https://www.paemst.org/nomination/nominate until April 1, 2013.
HHMI Releases EarthViewer
What did Earth’s continents and oceans look like 250 million years ago, or 1 billion years ago? Can we say anything about Earth’s climate as far back as our planet’s origin? Now your fingertips can scroll through Earth history for the last 4.5 billion years!
The HHMI EarthViewer App is like a time machine for exploring the deep history of planet Earth. And because it’s from HHMI, you know this tool is based on the latest scientific research.
Follow a favorite location, be it Greenland, New York City, or your school, as it makes an incredible journey throughout Earth’s history. Layer views of shifting continents with data such as atmospheric composition, temperature, biodiversity, day length, and solar luminosity.
- Data and continental reconstructions dating back billions of years
- Climate and carbon dioxide data for the last 100 years
- The ability to manipulate the globe and zoom to any location
- Track the location of modern cities back over 500 million years
- In depth features on major geological and biological events in Earth history
- Clickable details on geologic eons, eras, and periods
- Automated play modes
- An extensive reference list
- Suggestions for classroom use
- Tutorial videos
EarthViewer is available a free download from the Apple App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/jo/app/earthviewer/id590208430
Eric Lander Offers Free Intro Bio Course On edX
Eric Lander, one of the leaders of the Human Genome Project, is hosting an introductory biology course on edX, the not-for-profit online learning initiative founded by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 7.00x – The Secret of Life will let you explore the mysteries of biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, recombinant DNA technology and genomics, and rational medicine.
Although this course has been designed exclusively for edX, the course content reflects the topics Lander has taught in the MIT introductory biology courses for many years. Students will complete this course in 12 weeks. At the center of each week is a series of lecture sequences that are supported by interactive video tutorials and interspersed exercises or problems. Additionally, students will work on a homework assignment or exam each week. The course will conclude with a comprehensive final exam.
The course is not just for the traditional students, but also educators and scientists who work in the biomedical/health care professions who need a refresher on the most cutting edge biology and genetics. The only prerequisite is a desire to learn.
Enrollment for this free edX course is available at https://www.edx.org/courses/MITx/7.00x/2013_Spring/about. The course starts on March 5th.
2013 CHANCE Panama Program Now Open
Work side-by-side Smithsonian Researchers in the Tropical Ecosystems of Panama and help save endangered sea turtles! The 2013 CHANCE program consists of two courses, Global Climate Change: Sustainability of Select Tropical and Aquatic Ecosystems (online, March 21 – May 31, 2013) and A Field Course in Panama (June 28 – July 14, 2013), which work together to promote environmental literacy on the topics of biodiversity, sustainability, and global climate change.
Through online instruction during part the spring semester, all participants will engage in learning opportunities and lessons which will enhance their knowledge in the biodiversity of the ecosystems to be explored (jungles, mangroves, sea grasses, and coral reefs), the science behind global climate change, historic events that surround the Panama canal and the creation of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), and the indigenous people of Panama. The field practicum will provide real-world research and conservation experiences (lasting two and one-half weeks) at STRI research facilities, which focus on the effects of global climate change on ecosystem biodiversity and dynamics. A highlight of this trip will be working with nesting leatherback and green sea turtles so as to help sustain these endangered animals.
Teachers seeking graduate credits or CEU hours or simply an enriching professional development field program without paying tuition credits (only program costs are due), please apply!
For more information contact Dr. Jacqueline McLaughlin at email@example.com and visit the 2013 CHANCE Panama website at http://www.chance.psu.edu/fieldcourses/panama2013/index.html.
NABT is a proud sponsor of the CHANCE Program.
Teachers Invited To Bay Institute In Rhode Island
Save The Bay’s Bay Institute For Experiential Learning brings together formal and informal educators from around the country for four days of innovative professional development programming set in one of the nation’s most distinct and rich environments. Join leading ocean scientists and educators for a curriculum focused on human history and ecological change that combines exciting on-the-water and shoreline field experiences with traditional coursework to enhance participants’ content knowledge in marine studies, climate science, environmental sustainability, and related disciplines. Participants explore the Narragansett Bay watershed and learn about ongoing advocacy efforts – all while gaining valuable insight into their own local ecosystems.
The Bay Institute will be held from Tuesday, June 25th to Friday, June 28th at Save The Bay “Green” Center at Fields Point in Providence, Rhode Island This year’s theme is “Human History and Ecological Change: How has human history influenced the natural history of your place? How to make sustainable decisions that lead to a healthier future.”
The registration price is $500 and includes a “Welcome dinner” on Monday June 24th, bagged lunches on all four days of workshop, “Finale dinner” on Thursday, June 27, 2013 and pick-up and drop-off by boat from the hotel. Space is very limited, so register soon.
Visit http://www.savebay.org/bayinstitute for more information and complete registration instructions.
The Sun-Earth Days webcast is a month away and we have added some new ways to participate.
The live webcast for Sun-Earth Day 2013 from Wallops is scheduled for Friday, March 22 at 1 pm; follow the updates on the rotating banner on the home page: http://sunearthday.nasa.gov
Get Involved: Two Flickr Groups have been added: one for AA certificate Challenge and general image uploads, and another for the Anime Contest
Celebrate Sun-Earth Days: Solar Max, Storm Warning
Annual Equinox Celebration: March 22, 2013
“Sun-Earth Day is comprised of a series of programs and events that occur throughout the year culminating with a celebration on or near the Spring Equinox. Each year we wrap a fresh new thematic approach around Sun-Earth science while highlighting Heliophysics scientists, their missions, and research.”
This year’s theme is ‘Solar Max – Storm Warning!’ We will prepare you to explore the violent nature of our Sun at the peak of solar activity and share discoveries that come from NASA’s heliophysics missions during this exciting period.
This website will continue to be populated with the latest information about our upcoming programs, background resources, and sample activities. Be sure to join our social media network for the latest information and images
Other celestial events to observe will include:
- 1/3 – 1/4: Quadrantids Meteor Shower.
- 3/20: March Equinox
- 4/21 – 4/22: Lyrids Meteor Shower.
- 4/25: Partial Lunar Eclipse.
- 4/28: Saturn at Opposition.
- 5/5 – 5/6: Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower.
- 5/10: Annular Solar Eclipse.
- 5/25: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse.
- 5/28: Conjunction of Venus and Jupiter.
- View more upcoming events!
Sun-Earth Days Resources:
In collaboration with partners that include science centers and museums around the world, Heliophysics missions, NASA Edge, NASA Educator Resource Centers, professional Societies, Amateur Astronomers and others, we produce webcasts, other multi-media, and print resources for use by school and informal educators nation-wide and internationally. We provide training and professional development to K-12 educators, museum personnel, amateur astronomers, Girl Scout leaders, etc., so they can implement their own outreach programs taking advantage of our resources. A coordinated approach promotes multiple programs occurring each year under a common theme.
This year we will answer the following questions:
Solar Max effects on all technology and humans
- What would happen if there was another super storm?
- What happens on other planets?
- How much advance warning is there for a storm from the sun?
- What would happen on the Moon/Mars?
- What can we learn from the Aurora?
- Where can aurora be seen?-Other planets?
February 11th, 2013 Bob
Explore Costa Rica’s abundant biodiversity on this 9-day expedition into the rainforest. Observe tropical flora and fauna, discover the active history of Arenal Volcano, and experience the Cloud Forest of Monteverde. Specifically designed for teachers, this program offers interactive learning opportunities that will benefit participants as well as the local economy and social system. Working in partnership with the Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center, gain firsthand understanding of the importance of tropical ecosystems and the conservation efforts underway to protect them.
• Walk on air amongst the flora and fauna of the rainforest canopy on the hanging bridges.
• Explore Arenal Volcano National Park and investigate various volcanic structures while discussing regional geologic research.
• Practice identifying tropical plants with local experts.
• Step into cloud forest stream water to practice water-quality testing.
• Explore the majestic rainforests of Selva Verde Lodge and Rainforest Reserve.
• Visit a working pineapple plantation and learn about the ecological effects of commercial crop production.
• Compare and contrast the environmental features of the U.S. and Costa Rica.
• Learn about sustainable coffee production on a tour of an estate coffee plantation.
• Experience the thrill of white water rafting on the Rio Sarapiquí or a soar through the forest canopy on a zip line.
• Contribute to the local community by planting trees in a local reforestation project.
• Explore the mist-shrouded realm of the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, and visit Monteverde Institute, known for place based experiential learning in education.
• Meet, socialize, and exchange classroom ideas with other educators.
• Visit the Monteverde Friends School and learn about their mission.
www.holbrooktravel.com | 800-451-7111
JUNE 22 – SAN JOSÉ
Upon arrival at the airport in San José you will be met and taken to your hotel. Orientation to the program is followed by a welcome dinner at El Rodeo’s Western Steakhouse. Overnight at El Rodeo Country Inn. (D)
JUNE 23 – CHILAMATE
This morning, visit the National Museum for an introduction to the history of Costa Rica. Later travel to Selva Verde Lodge and Rainforest Reserve, situated in the lush lowlands of north central Costa Rica on a large private tract of primary and secondary tropical rainforest. During your stay in Chilamate, learn the fascinating principles for protecting the intricate balance of nature in the world’s rapidly diminishing rainforest. The lodge is located on a 500-acre private reserve next to the Rio Sarapiquí and was established in 1985 to conserve the primary forest located within the reserve. Upon arrival at Selva Verde gather for an orientation designed to enhance your knowledge and appreciation of rainforest ecosystems followed by a guided hike through the reserve. During the hike learn about the unique ecosystem of the rainforest and its exotic flora and fauna. Return to the lodge for a delicious meal featuring local cuisine. This evening participate in a bat mist netting presentation at Tirimbina Biological Reserve. Overnight at Selva Verde Lodge and Rainforest Reserve. (BLD)
JUNE 24 – CHILAMATE
After an early morning breakfast make your way to the Sarapiqui Conservation Learning Center located adjacent to the lodge to receive an introduction to the current community work underway. Next, participate in a reforestation project with the SCLC. This afternoon choose between an exciting whitewater rafting or rainforest canopy zipline activity. Overnight at Selva Verde Lodge and Rainforest Reserve. (BLD)
JUNE 25 – ARENAL
This morning after breakfast visit a pineapple plantation to learn about the process of growing pineapples in Costa Rica and the effects of this practice on the local ecosystem. In the afternoon you will travel to Arenal. Later, visit Arenal Hanging Bridges where you will walk along the trails in the forest canopy. In the evening you will have free time to enjoy Arenal Paraiso’s private hot mineral springs. Overnight at Arenal Paraiso. (BLD)
JUNE 26 – ARENAL
This morning embark on a guided hike near the base of Arenal Volcano. Continuously active since 1968, Arenal is young as volcanoes go; it is only about 4,000 years old. Your hike along the base begins on the active side of the volcano and takes you through forest, over lava flows, and finally to the destroyed areas now in the process of regeneration. This is the safest, closest place to view this active volcano. After dinner you will attend a volcanology lecture with a local volcanologist. Overnight at Arenal Paraiso. (BLD)
JUNE 27 – MONTEVERDE
This morning you will travel by boat across Lake Arenal and then continue by road up to the cloud forest of Monteverde. Upon arrival meet with Monteverde Institute Program Director Justin Welch and work on the water resources program at Monteverde Institute (MVI) including taking water samples and looking at microorganisms in the stream. Monteverde’s consistently cool and wet environment receives more than three meters of rain annually and is home to an astounding variety of flora and fauna. Over 2,500 plant species alone have been identified, including 300 individual orchid species and over 200 species of ferns. Overnight at DeLucia Inn. (BLD)
JUNE 28 – MONTEVERDE
Spend the morning at the MVI finishing up projects. In the afternoon visit the hummingbird gallery and Monteverde Friends School and then visit the Children’s forest with Willow Zuchowski, author of Plants of Costa Rica. Overnight at DeLucia Inn. (BLD)
JUNE 29 – ALAJUELA
This morning will be at leisure before departing for San Jose. Enjoy a tour of the Doka Estate Coffee plantation with lunch en route. If time permits visit the Senor y Senora Ese factory. In the evening you will enjoy farewell dinner. Overnight at Buena Vista. (BLD)
JUNE 30 – FAREWELL!
$1,997 (minimum 10 participants)
Cost does not include international airfare.
Gratuities are included.
THE FINE PRINT
Cost is based on a group size of 10 participants in double occupancy. Program may incur unforeseen fuel surcharges. A $200 per person deposit and enrollment form is due upon booking and no later than February 15, 2012. This deposit is refundable until 95 days prior to departure excluding a $100 cancellation fee. Final payments are due no later than March 12, 2012. Cancellations received less than 95 days prior to departure are not refundable. Travel/trip cancellation insurance is strongly recommended. For more information call Travel Insured at 800-243-3174. Holbrook Travel’s agency number is 15849.
Costa Rica requires that passports be valid for 3 months after intended departure date. Please check to ensure that your passport expiration date is within the allowable time frame.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:Contact Kathryn Elkins at 918-857-8732
January 23rd, 2013 Bob
Last year, over 12,000 students learned about sun safety and UV radiation by submitting posters to the SunWise with SHADE poster contest. We are looking forward to another great contest this year and invite your students to participate for the chance to win a shade structure for their school and a family trip to Disney World. Poster submissions are due April 1, 2013.
The contest is organized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency SunWise program and the SHADE Foundation of America to teach children about the science of UV radiation and sun safety. Please join us in spreading the word about this contest and raising awareness of the importance of sun safety. More information is available atwww.shadefoundation.org/poster-contest.php.
Please feel free to contact me anytime regarding the poster contest or the SunWise program. Thank you in advance for your efforts to educate children about UV radiation and skin cancer prevention.
MPHASPH Public Health FellowSunWise Program,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
SunWise is a national environmental and health education program that teaches children and their caregivers how to be safe in the sun through the use of classroom, school, and community components. Over 31,000 schools and 5,700 community partners have joined the program since its launch in May 2000. For more information, please visitwww.epa.gov/sunwise.
January 11th, 2013 Bob
NEON Citizen Science Academy – www.citizenscienceacademy.org
Would you like your students to become Citizen Scientists and learn about phenology and climate issues?
Learn how with NEON’s Citizen Science Academy.
The NEON Citizen Science Academy offers courses for K-12 Formal and Informal educators wanting to incorporate citizen science into their educational programs.
“Intro to Project BudBurst for Educators” provides an overview to support implementation of Project BudBurst in a variety of educational venues.
“How to use Project BudBurst Data in the Classroom” is the follow-up course in which educators learn how to use the new National Geographic Field Scope tools to visualize and analyze Project BudBurst data through a user-friendly, web-based interface.
For those interested in teacher re-certification, all of our courses can be taken for 2 optional, graduate level continuing education credits from Colorado School of Mines.
Registration is Open NOW for the two Winter & Spring Sessions. Each course is limited to 50 participants.
January 29 – February 27
* Introduction to Project BudBurst for Educators
* How to use Project BudBurst Data in the Classroom (Learn about the new National Geographic FieldScope data visualization tools!)
March 26 – April 24
* Introduction to Project BudBurst for Educators
* How to use Project BudBurst Data in the Classroom
Questions? Email: CSAregistrar@neoninc.org
Register at www.citizenscienceacademy.org
January 7th, 2013 Bob
January 2nd, 2013 Bob
Time for the annual ODWC Winter Bird Feeder Survey.
For 23 years, Oklahomans have participated in this “Citizen Science” program to supply state biologists with data on the status of those birds that frequent feeders. This year’s survey takes place January 3-6.
The Department’s OK Winter Birds site contains the on-line survey submission as well as bird identification tips and links to several birding-related sites.
Submit your data to the OK Winter Birds site: http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/OKWinterBirds/index.html
October 22nd, 2012 Bob
The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality is currently accepting applications for the 2012 Environmental License Tag Grant. You must be an Oklahoma teacher (Pre K-12), school environmental club, youth group leader, and/or organization with a youth component to apply for the grant.
Grants are available from $100-$1000. Examples of activities previously funded include Edible Gardens, Outdoor Classroom Revitalization or Enhancement, Environmental Education Projects, Recycling, Composting, and Green Schools.
The deadline is December 1, 2012.
For questions or more information, you may contact Sara Ivey at (405) 702-7122 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Programs and Services Coordinator
Department of Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 1677
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73101
October 1st, 2012 Bob
Are you looking for a fun and creative way to increase school recycling participation in your community? Keep America Beautiful’s, second annual, “Recycle-Bowl,” is a comprehensive nationwide recycling competition for elementary, middle and high school students.
Open to all schools, the incentive-based recycling competition kicks off again this October and registration is now open on the Recycle-Bowl website at http://recycle-bowl.org. The competition runs from October 15 through November 9, culminating around America Recycles Day. Participating schools will track and report how much recyclable material they collect for a chance to win prizes.
At the close of the four-week competition, the school in each state that collects the most recyclable material per capita will win $1,000. A national champion will then be chosen from the top statewide winners to receive an additional $1,000 and a $2,500 store credit to purchase more recycling bins. Schools that collect material from the community will compete in a separate category for first-, second- and third- place cash prizes.
In its inaugural year, more than 1,200 schools around the country, representing more than 500,000 students, participated in the competition. 67% of schools saw an increase in the amount of materials their school recycled during the competition.
From the Recycle-Bowl homepage (http://recycle-bowl.org/2012-map/) you can see who else is competing in your state. Help reach the goal of having 1500 schools participate in 2012 by registering before October 9th.
September 24th, 2012 Bob
This week: (1) Updates on Oklahoma Science Assessments (2) Professional Development Opportunities for Teachers (3) Grant for Teachers (4) Student Opportunities
Greetings Science Educators!
I have received many questions of late about the scientific and engineering practices associated with the Next Generation Science Standards. The scientific and engineering practices were developed to clarify the meaning and application of “Inquiry in the Classroom.”
NSTA is presenting a series of free web seminars explaining the practices and the practical use of them in the classroom. The first web seminar was held on September 11th on “Asking Questions and Defining Problems.”
“Asking Questions and Defining Problems” is a practice that supports Common Core Literacy Standards for Science.
Questioning occurs throughout scientific investigations and drive science. Scientists ask:
· What exists and what happens?
· Why does it happen?
· How does one know?
· How does one communicate phenomena, evidence and explanations?
The webinar provides information pertaining to the practice of Asking Question and Defining Problems (at time point 35:40) and examples of questioning in classroom practice (at time point 44:18 in the web seminar).
You can access the web seminar via the following link: NSTA Webinars on Scientific and Engineering Practices
One of the classroom examples provided in the web seminar focuses on the following lesson outline:
· Start with a driving question: “What is going on inside our bodies that helps us get energy to do the things we do?
- Driving question should be linked to students’ past experiences so…
- students can generate their own questions from the driving question
Are there different types of energy?
- Let the driving question drive the investigation and the activities developed for student exploration of the question.
- During the investigation secondary questions will arise that will continue to drive the investigation or lead to a secondary investigation
- Informational text can be brought in for students to analyze as a means to answer secondary questions that arise from their investigations.
- The investigation as well as any informational text brought in should lead to an explanation for the driving question
The web seminar further explores the application of “Asking Questions and Defining Problems” in a science classroom through additional examples and research. I believe many of you will find that you utilize this structure in your classroom already. However, I hope you will find the information valuable as you begin to explore this practice further.
1. Science Assessment Memo: Latest Updates on Oklahoma Science Assessments
· Please see the Attached memo regarding the most recent information pertaining to science assessments School Year 2012-2013
2. Free Earth Science Workshop for Educators: More! Rock in Your Head
· October 16th, 2012, OKC, OK
· The application and details can be accessed via: Rock in Your Head
3. Project Learning Tree & Project Wet-Claremore OK
· See attached flyer
4. Monarch Migration and Butterfly Festival
· See attached flyer
5. Environmental License Tag Grant:
6. Application for 2013 NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing
- The award honors young women who are active and interested in computing and technology
- The application and details can be accessed via: NCWIT Award
As always, please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have.
Have a great day!