Earth Educators' Rendezvous 2019
July 15-19, 2019 | Nashville, TN (co-hosted by Tennessee State and Vanderbilt Universities)
Take Part in the 2019 Rendezvous!
The fifth annual Earth Educators' Rendezvous is now open for registration and we are continuing to accept submissions for poster abstracts or Share-a-thon presentations!
The submission deadline for late abstracts is May 15, 2019.
Make sure you also save your spot by registering! Register by May 1 for the best rates.
The Earlybird Registration Deadline is May 1, 2019.Save your spot now!
- Late Poster and share-a-thon submission deadline: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
- Early registration deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2019
- Review Camp and NGSS Tagging Camp application deadlines: May 1, 2019
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 programming geared toward some specific areas of interests and themes or take a look at the program at a glance.
What happens at Rendezvous?
Save the date for the fifth annual Earth Educators' 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 next year in Nashville, TN. Both Tennessee State University, the largest and only state-funded historically black university in Tennessee, and Vanderbilt University, an internationally recognized research university with strong partnerships among its 10 schools and neighboring institutions, will co-host the 2019 Earth Educators' Rendezvous. Sign up to receive timely updates as the 2019 program, deadlines, and speakers becomes available.
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
- Explore programming focused on specific areas of interests and themes or take a look at the program grid.
Contributed Program Chairs
Katherine Ryker, University of South Carolina-Columbia
Ryan Hollister, Turlock High School
Program Planning Committee
- Reginald Archer, Tennessee State University
- PRAJUKTI Bhattacharyya, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
- Monica Bruckner, Carleton College
- Caitlin Callahan, Grand Valley State University
- Kim Cheek, University of North Florida
- Lily Claiborne, Vanderbilt University
- Amy Collette, Carleton College
- Steven Goodbred, Vanderbilt University
- Brendan Hanger, Oklahoma State University-Main Campus
- Ryan Hollister, Turlock Unified School District
- Elijah Johnson, Auburn University Main Campus
- Lynsey LeMay, Thomas Nelson Community College
- Cathy Manduca, Carleton College
- Cheryl Manning, Evergreen High School
- Fred Marton, Bergen Community College
- Gabriela Noriega, University of Southern California
- Katherine Ryker, University of South Carolina-Columbia
- Sean Tvelia, Suffolk County Community College
- John Warford, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Banner Image: The banner image on this website was modified from a photo taken by Jason P. de Koff, Tennessee State University. Pictured is TSU's Ashland City Farm located in Nashville.