Workshop Application Form

Applicants for this workshop must have a faculty position at a two- or four-year college or university and either teach a course in hydrogeology, soils, low-temperature geochemistry, upper level environmental geology, or biogeochemistry or have expertise in one of these disciplines plus experience in integrating the discipline in a significant way into courses in the curriculum above the introductory level. We welcome applications from all academic ranks. The workshop is limited to 80 participants, and the final list of participants will be established with the goal of assembling a group representing a wide range of experiences, educational environments, and specialties.

Although the application deadline has passed, we are still accepting on a rolling basis as long as space remains available.

The National Science Foundation provides partial funding for the operational costs of the workshop. To be supported by these funds, a participant must be a US citizen, a permanent resident, or in the employ of a US institution. If you don't meet these requirements and are interested in participating in a workshop at your own expense, please contact the workshop conveners.

If you are accepted for the workshop, you will be asked to complete a registration form to provide us with more information.

Complete the following form and click on SUBMIT to complete your application. Be sure to click the SUBMIT button before leaving this page, or your information will be lost. We encourage you to compose your answers to the longer questions in a word processor and to cut and paste the resulting text into this form.

Contact Information

(Please Note: The email that you enter on this application is the one that we will use to track your application and to communicate with you about all aspects of the workshop. Please double-check that you have typed your email correctly, and be sure to use this same email address on all forms related to this workshop.)
Your expertise and interest in the workshop

Expectations for workshop participantsPart of the aim of the workshop is to build a strong, reviewed online collection of high quality resources for teaching concepts in hydrogeology, soils, low-T geochemistry, upper level environmental geology, and biogeochemistry. By applying to this workshop, you agree, if accepted, to:
  • submit two activities or assignments by April 15 to our online assignments and activities collection.
  • review two assignments submitted by other workshop participants.
  • submit one course syllabus by April 15 for an undergraduate course.
  • contribute as you can to our other resource collections.
  • bring at least one informal poster to the workshop (topics to be announced) and make an oral presentation if asked.

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