COS Links Newsletter no.1
Inside this issue:
Free For You
- Teacher partnerships in physics, astronomy, or computational sciences
- Teacher partnerships in forensic science
- Free student tutoring offered by talented undergraduates
- Check out Periodic Elements
- Visiting scientist lectures for your grade 6-12 classroom
- Math Circles for talented math students
- Summer complexity and modeling program (CAMP)
- Professional development in STEM: by you, for you, with Mason
- Summer professional development for Math teachers
- Exploring Weather and Climate: Free 1 day workshop with Mason
- Did you know Mason has partnered with the Smithsonian Institute?
- High school students can take college courses at Mason
- The College of Science will be at the USA Science & Engineering Festival
- George Mason University’s First TEDx Conference
- High School students should plan to apply for next year’s (2013) summer research program at Mason
- Teachers are invited to see the student research results in August
About COS Links
COS Links is a list of resources for teachers and students and also provides guidance for teachers interested in forming educational partnerships with the college. COS Links is a bi-annual publication of the College of Science (COS) at George Mason University.
For more information, please contact Reid Schwebach, College of Science Outreach Coordinator, at 703-993-7028 or firstname.lastname@example.org.