Two Week Summer Institute, typically held the last two weeks in July annually.
- Introduce and support theoretical and hands on aspects of computational modeling.
- To promote science and math teaching as a career option.
- To provide a platform for cross curricular learning.
- To further computational thinking and research based pedagogy through social constructivism.
For those undergraduates (Freshmen and Sophomores) in Science, mathematics, or computing disciplines who may be considering teaching science or math as a career but who have not yet committed to teacher certification.
- Monetary support (up to $2,250 per year)
- Early exposure to teaching science and math
- Interaction with peers & practicing teachers
- Internship experience during the summer
- Experience with the latest technology gadgets
- Doing science via computational inquiry
- Top consideration for Noyce Scholarships
- Minimum GPA of 2.5 in the major.
- An application form, support letter, and essay to state career plans.
- Satisfactory completion of one of these courses: CPS 101, 105, or 302 or NAS 401 or 402 AND one summer institute, which is offered the last two weeks of June.
May annually after final grades have been posted
Dr. Peter Veronesi for mid semester application process at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated 2/4/14