Colorado's Changing Energy Portfolio
Essential Teaching Strategies and Resources
A Workshop for Community College Faculty
November 14-15, 2015
University of Colorado - Boulder
Join us at the University of Colorado, Boulder for a two-day course focused on energy science in your classroom. This course will be an intensive overview of the energy portfolio in Colorado, the environmental and economic tradeoffs of different energy sources, and will examine ways to bring these topics into your classroom.Registration for this event is closed.
A $200 stipend is available for participants who complete requirements. Requirements include completing the registration survey, submitting an activity or essay related to the topic, attending the workshop, and participating in a post-workshop follow-on reflection.
If you are interested in learning more, contact susan.sullivan@Colorado.edu.
Sponsored by Mobilizing STEM, InTeGrate and CIRES Education and Outreach at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
This workshop is funded in part by the National Science Foundation, Award # 1257496, WIDER: EAGER: State Policy and Undergraduate STEM Education.