About the Rendezvous

What is the Rendezvous?

The Earth Educators' Rendezvous is a five day conference that takes place each summer at different locations across the country. The Rendezvous combines a workshop program with a meeting format of multi-day workshops, contributed talks and posters, round table discussions, teaching demonstrations, plenary sessions, and working groups. Drawing across the work currently taking place in geoscience, environmental, and sustainability education, meeting attendees have the opportunity to learn broadly, focus on a particular issue or challenge, discover new pedagogical tools, and network with old and new colleagues. To learn more about the Rendezvous themes and program, explore the 2020 or previous Rendezvous event pages.

Get Involved

Stay in the Loop

Stay in the loop with project announcements and news by signing up for the email list. Be the first to learn about important deadlines and program developments.

Host an Earth Educators' Rendezvous

Interested in hosting more than 300 researchers and practitioners working in all aspects of undergraduate Earth education at an Earth Educators' Rendezvous? Submit an application to host a future Rendezvous and showcase your department, institution, and your geographical region.

Sponsor an Earth Educators' Rendezvous Event

Consider joining our efforts to improve Earth literacy across the country and across the curriculum by becoming an Earth Educators' Rendezvous sponsor. Connect and promote your company or association to Earth educators gathered from across the country.

Exhibit at the Rendezvous

We are delighted to offer table space for exhibitors for a nominal fee. Apply to become an exhibitor at an Earth Educators' Rendezvous event.

Propose an Event with External Funding

Interested in submitting a proposal for funding for a Rendezvous event, such as a workshop, mini-workshop, or multiple event types? Check out the process here.


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