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Summer Institute for Middle School Science Teachers (NIST Summer Institute) Program

Type: Federal
Source: National Institute Of Standards And Technology (NIST)
Program: Summer Institute for Middle School Science Teachers (NIST Summer Institute) Program
Eligibility: Public school districts and accredited private educational institutions in the U.S. and its territories that offer science classes at grade levels 6-8 (often termed middle school). Such school districts and institutions must offer instruction in general science fields, such as earth science, physical science, chemistry, physics, and/or biology. Individual public school teachers and individual public middle schools are not eligible to submit applications directly to NIST and instead must be nominated by their school district. Individual teachers at private educational institutions are not eligible to submit applications directly to NIST and instead must be nominated by their private educational institution. The individual teachers that are nominated to participate in the NIST Summer Institute
Purpose: NIST Is Soliciting Applications From Eligible Public School Districts And Accredited Private Educational Institutions In The U.S. And Its Territories Nominating Middle School Science Teachers To Participate In The NIST Summer Institute Program. The NIST Summer Institute Program Will Provide Selected Teachers Hands-on Activities, Lectures, Tours, And Visits With NIST Scientists And Engineers At The NIST Campus In Gaithersburg, Maryland
Deadline: 03-20-2013
Award Max: $4,000.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: One year.
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Susan Heller-Zeisler
Phone: 301-975-3111
Fax: 301-975-3530
E-mail: susan.heller-zeisler@nist.gov
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Christopher Hunton
Phone: 301-975-5718
Fax: 301-840-5976
E-mail: christopher.hunton@nist.gov
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Scott McNichol
Phone: 301-975-5603
Fax: 301-840-5976
E-mail: scott.mcnichol@nist.gov
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