© 2018 Science Council of New York City

Events

There’s so much going on in our area for Science Education!

Keep checking this page for a variety of events that may be of interest to you as you look for ideas for field trips, competitions, scholarships, and more!  Please note that although the following links are related to events that may be of interest to our members, they are not sponsored nor endorsed by SCoNYC.  

Key to symbols:    = For Children   = Class Trips   = For Educators   = For Families

Winter 2018/Spring 2019:

  2019 CDC Science Ambassador Application  Due January 15, 2019   The CDC Science Ambassador Fellowship is a dynamic, educational program offered by CDC for teachers and educational leaders interested in bringing public health sciences into middle- and high-school classrooms. This competitive fellowship includes a 5-day interactive summer course at CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and a 1-year distance-based professional development opportunity. Populations, Communities, Ecosystems and Humans: Relationships that Matter February 2, 2019  8:30 am to 4:00 pm  This workshop series will explore ecology including communities (February 2) and ecosystems (May 18), with a focus on human impacts, including climate change. Major emphases will be on the crosscutting concepts of systems and scale, particularly interconnections among systems, since understanding ecosystems at one scale such as populations is necessary for understanding ecosystems at another, such as communities. Living Environment, AP Biology and Environmental Science, and IB Biology and Environmental Systems teachers are encouraged to attend.   •    Receive free classroom-ready materials for the teaching of ecology. •    Breakfast and lunch, and professional development certificates will be provided. •    Staff development rate available for NYCDOE employees; CTLE credit available for NY employees.

Ongoing:

 Ongoing Events Lists from Ingrid Buntschuh Ongoing Updates   Follow the link to a Google Drive Share containing regularly updated lists of events for HS Science Teachers.  The list contains dozens of pages that offer a wealth of information including event descriptions, dates, times, and links to resources for more information.  Please note that these opportunities are not necessarily endorsed by the NYCDOE or SCoNYC.  It is well worth checking the list regularly. Check back often for exciting events  Dates TBA   More information coming soon
© 2018 Science Council of New York City

Events

There’s so much going on in

our area for Science Education!

Keep checking this page for a variety of events that may be of interest to you as you look for ideas for field trips, competitions, scholarships, and more!  Please note that although the following links are related to events that may be of interest to our members, they are not sponsored nor endorsed by SCoNYC.  

Key to symbols:    = For Children   = Class

Trips   = For Educators   = For Families

Winter 2018/Spring 2019:

  2019 CDC Science Ambassador Application  Due January 15, 2019    The CDC Science Ambassador Fellowship is a dynamic, educational program offered by CDC for teachers and educational leaders interested in bringing public health sciences into middle- and high- school classrooms. This competitive fellowship includes a 5-day interactive summer course at CDC headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and a 1-year distance-based professional development opportunity. Populations, Communities, Ecosystems and Humans: Relationships that Matter February 2, 2019  8:30 am to 4:00 pm  This workshop series will explore ecology including communities (February 2) and ecosystems (May 18), with a focus on human impacts, including climate change. Major emphases will be on the crosscutting concepts of systems and scale, particularly interconnections among systems, since understanding ecosystems at one scale such as populations is necessary for understanding ecosystems at another, such as communities. Living Environment, AP Biology and Environmental Science, and IB Biology and Environmental Systems teachers are encouraged to attend.   •    Receive free classroom-ready materials for the teaching of ecology. •    Breakfast and lunch, and professional development certificates will be provided. •    Staff development rate available for NYCDOE employees; CTLE credit available for NY employees.

Ongoing:

 Ongoing Events Lists from Ingrid Buntschuh Ongoing Updates   Follow the link to a Google Drive Share containing regularly updated lists of events for HS Science Teachers.  The list contains dozens of pages that offer a wealth of information including event descriptions, dates, times, and links to resources for more information.  Please note that these opportunities are not necessarily endorsed by the NYCDOE or SCoNYC.  It is well worth checking the list regularly. Check back often for exciting events  Dates TBA   More information coming soon