Notre Dame of Maryland University Hosts STEM Summer Institute for K-12 Teachers
May 10, 2013
BALTIMORE – Notre Dame of Maryland University is offering a five-day graduate-level STEM Summer Institute for K-12 teachers, July 22-26 at its North Charles Street campus. The three credit, week-long program equips teachers with resources and methodologies to effectively engage their students in the study of natural resources.
Each day will focus on a different topic using guides created by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, including: Water Education for Teachers, Project WILD, Project Learning Tree, The Wonders of Wetlands and Climate Science 101. A reduced fee of $1,150 covers registration and all books/materials. For additional information, contact Dr. Juliann Dupuis at 410-532-5148 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Notre Dame of Maryland University
Maryland’s largest private provider of teachers, Notre Dame of Maryland University was founded as a Catholic liberal arts college in 1895 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame and educates nearly 3,000 women and men enrolled in degree and certificate programs at its main campus in north Baltimore and at satellite centers in Maryland. The University encompasses a distinguished Women’s College, the first Catholic institution of its kind in America; a College of Adult Undergraduate Studies; a College of Graduate Studies, and an English language Institute, and includes Schools of Arts and Sciences, Education, Nursing and Pharmacy. Rich in tradition, Notre Dame provides students with opportunities in research, study abroad and service to the global community. Visit www.ndm.edu.