National Science Foundation Fellowship Program
CarbonEARTH is a 5-year $2.85 million National Science Foundation (NSF) supported project that teams Penn State science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) graduate students with elementary and middle school teachers in Philipsburg-Osceola and Harrisburg Area School Districts. The program kicked off in 2010-11.
As CarbonEARTH Fellows,
Facts about Carbon EARTH:
- 7 P-O teachers are currently involved.
- Graduate students each spend about 15-20 hours per week assisting their partner teachers.
- More teachers and graduate fellows will join the program in future years as participants cycle through the program.
Last Modified on May 14, 2012