We are partnering with the NM Science Teachers’ Association (NMSTA) and NM Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NMCTM) again to bring together our state’s finest educators for a diverse offering of workshops and presentations.
We will host two major EE events in the fall of 2013–the Environmental Literacy Summit and our Annual Conference. We hope you can join us!
Environmental Literacy Summit
Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, 9am-4pm
UNM Science & Technology Rotunda
801 University Blvd SE, Albuquerque
The New Mexico Environmental Literacy Plan (ELP) is ready for review after almost two years of state-wide stakeholder meetings. Please join us to receive your copy of the ELP draft, participate in review sessions, learn about the Guidelines for Excellence in Environmental Education (free copies available) and hear from special guests:
- Dr. Joseph Suina, PhD, Cochiti Tribal Council and Elder, former Governor of Cochiti Pueblo
- Dr. Bora Simmons, author of Guidelines for Excellence in Environmental Education Series
- Lesley Galyas, Math and Science Dept. Director, NM Public Education Department
The summit is free and includes breakfast, lunch and snacks. Substitute stipends are available for teachers.
Thank you to our sponsors:
- Albert I Pierce Foundation
- US EPA
- American Forest Foundation
- Sandia National Labs
- NM EPSCoR
Soar to Greater Heights: Growing STEM’s for the Next Generation
Friday-Sunday, November 1-3, 2013
Las Cruces, NM – Centennial High School
Presented by EEANM, NMSTA and NMCTM
The conference includes a social event on Friday evening, general conference sessions on Saturday, a “Star Party” on Saturday evening and our EEANM annual meeting. The keynote speaker is Brendan Mullan, PhD, National Geographic Emerging Explorer and Penn State University Science Educator and Astronomer.
“If we can get people excited about astronomy, they’ll use that passion to become not just astronomers, but the innovative biologists, chemists, physicists, and engineers that build the foundations of our modern society.” -Brendan Mullan
There are also extended learning opportunities on Friday and Sunday. Register now by credit card, check, or purchase order. Sign-up by Sept. 24 for early bird rates!
General Registration – $65/$75
Student Registration – $25/$35
Deadline for proposals for presentations in EE, science or math is Sunday, Sept. 15.
We have $10,000 to give away! Scholarships may reimburse for registration and travel expenses.
This information was originally published in EE Connections for Fall 2013 [PDF].