is a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant that aims to develop a diverse, competitive, and nationally engaged teacher and faculty workforce through activities and projects performed alongside graduate and undergraduate students, as well as faculty and industry advisors. The participants will receive 8 weeks of PAID professional development on renewable energy content and teaching strategies. Seven weeks will be delivered, at Georgia Southern University, in the summer from the second week of June through the fourth week of July*, excluding the week of July 4th. The eighth week will be delivered during the academic year in one 2 1/2 day workshop per semester. There are a limited number of seats, so apply early at http://research.georgiasouthern.edu/energy/
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Sally Creel & Tania Pachuta are members of the STEM & Innovation team in the Cobb Division of Teaching & Learning.