News and Events

Jump down to EDDIE-hosted Events


  • In Memoriam - Tom Meixner

    Project EDDIE is deeply saddened to hear of the death of our colleague, Thomas Meixner, in a campus shooting at the University of Arizona. Dr. Meixner was a leader in Project EDDIE, an active and longtime NAGT member, and a contributor to and reviewer for Teach the Earth, among his many other roles. Our thoughts and heartfelt condolences go out to Dr. Meixner's family, friends, colleagues, and students. We invite the community to honor Tom by sharing their memories, thoughts, and condolences on this message board.

  • New Article & Upcoming EDDIE Events

    Project EDDIE is proud to announce a new article in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, entitled Pedagogy of teaching with large datasets: Designing and implementing effective data-based activities. In addition, registration is open for two Project EDDIE events, taking place online this December. Check out these opportunities!



Project EDDIE is excited to announce a full range of professional development opportunities! This includes webinars and meet-the-author events exploring themes and approaches across EDDIE modules, a Faculty Mentoring Network wherein peers teach with Project EDDIE materials, adapted for their classroom, and more. We are excited to see more instructors teaching with EDDIE materials and these opportunities help expand teaching quantitative reasoning and inquiry with openly available data.


Project EDDIE workshops are being held in both virtual and face to face formats for 2022. They focus on a range of professional development opportunities to create and use EDDIE materials. Check out the upcoming workshops page to find dates, format and registration information.

Click here for information about EDDIE webinars and workshops Webinar Series

Project EDDIE hosts a number of webinars that broadly focus around the topic of teaching with large datasets. Check out the upcoming webinars below, or see the Webinars page to find information and recordings from past events.