The Center for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education (CESME) at Central Washington University is working to do the following
To enhance interdisciplinary work across departments at CWU
To form a P-20 professional learning community
To provide resources to support best practice teaching, learning, and assessment
To consolidate existing campus and community resources to meet CESME goals.
How can I participate?
CESME accepts applications for membership from university faculty, staff, students, and P-12 professionals who demonstrate an interest in science and mathematics education. Apply for CESME MEMBERSHIP.
Equipment is available for checkout to CESME members. To view a list of available curriculum and lab equipment, please click HERE. To check out items email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or come to Science 107 for assistance.
CESME Faculty Workload Grant Application
The Center for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education (CESME) will award up to 6 workload units for the 2015-2016 academic year to faculty members who are also members of CESME.
Scholarship and Internship Opportunities:
The CWU Robert NOYCE SMART Program is a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded program to encourage talented science and mathematics students and professionals to pursue teaching careers. To learn more and apply, click HERE.
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