Earth Educators' Rendezvous 2018

July 16-20, 2018 | University of Kansas

Click to watch the slideshow (MP4 Video 50.3MB Aug1 18).

Thank you for attending the highly successful fourth annual Earth Educators' Rendezvous.

View a slideshow of photos from this year's event.

Save the date for the July 15-19, 2019 Rendezvous in Nashville, Tennessee, (co-hosted by Tennessee State and Vanderbilt).

We hope to see you at next year's Rendezvous in Nashville!

Thank you to all that have donated. We have unlocked the Donor Challenge!

NAGT is working hard to make sure the Rendezvous is an event that educators can attend regardless of financial resources. To this end, a group of "Friends of NAGT" stepped up to initiate a challenge for Rendezvous past and present participants. Friends of NAGT has pledged an initial $4,000 for the first ever NAGT Challenge and these funds were 'unlocked' through raising an additional $4,000 for a dollar-to-dollar match. Unlocking the challenge makes $8,000 available to provide travel stipends for participants to attend the 2019 Rendezvous. Give now through your NAGT Membership account and select the Professional Development Fund.

$8,278 raised!

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Rendezvous Info

View the Program and see who has registered.

Important Dates and Quick Links

Who is Rendezvous for?

Our program is designed to appeal to everyone from instructors and graduate students attending their first Earth-education--themed meeting, to experienced STEM education researchers, to administrators who want to better support students in their programs. Among many options, participants can learn about new teaching approaches, discover opportunities to get involved in research programs, prepare for an academic career, or discuss how to approach teaching and learning challenges in their classroom.

Check out the 2018 program

What happens at Rendezvous?

The 2018 Rendezvous was a huge success (see it in pictures (MP4 Video 50.3MB Aug1 18)) and we look forward to another exciting event in 2019.

Events include workshops, oral and poster sessions, teaching demonstrations, panel discussions, plenary talks, and working groups.

  • Get more details in the overview
  • Take advantage of more than one hundred talk and poster abstracts and teaching demonstrations. For an idea of sessions offered, see the contributed program description

Conference Chairs

Hannah Scherer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Caitlin Callahan, Grand Valley State University

Contributed Program Chairs

Rachel Teasdale, California State University-Chico
Katherine Ryker, University of South Carolina-Columbia

Local Host

Jennifer Roberts, University of Kansas Main Campus

The University of Kansas and The City of Lawrence are equal opportunity communities that do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, ancestry, sexual orientation or disability.

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