School of Ice Application 2020
This form, along with the documents listed below, constitute the formal application to participate in the School of Ice advanced professional development program for geoscience faculty at minority-serving institutions, being conducted June 28-July 2, 2020 at Dartmouth College and the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab in Hanover, NH.

**Priority will be given to completed applications received on or before January 31, 2020 and on a rolling basis thereafter**

For your application to be considered, please also send the following to
• your CV (no more than 2 pages)
• a paragraph describing what your goals for taking this workshop would be, and how you see it benefitting your
teaching and your students, and
• a brief letter of support from your Department Head/Chair or Dean.

Participants will be selected based on factors including the date-of-receipt of application materials and on the applicant’s potential for fulfilling the program requirements of:

(a) writing a summary of how you have professionally benefitted from participation in this workshop (submitted within two weeks of workshop completion--due by July 17, 2020);

(b) completing the Plan of Action started during the workshop to begin or expand paleoclimate study and research opportunities for your undergraduate students (due by August 7, 2020);

(c) demonstrating how you will integrate workshop information about climate change data from ice cores into curriculum within new or existing geoscience courses by creating or adapting two written curriculum pieces dealing with the topic, accompanied by an explanation of how the curriculum will be used (within one semester of workshop completion--due by December 4, 2020); and

(d) participating in program evaluation activities.

FYI: During the summer of 2021, School of Ice will be held at Oregon State University--date TBD. If you live on the west coast, you may want to consider waiting to apply for that workshop to save on our groups' carbon footprint.
E-mail your interest to Louise Huffman. Your name will be added to the list to be notified first of that date and application.
Email address *
First Name *
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Middle Initial *
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Last Name *
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Title *
Are you a U.S. Citizen? *
Gender *
College/University Name *
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Institutional Address (Must include street, city, state and zip code) *
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Institution Type *
Residential Street Address (Must include street address, city, state and zip code) *
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Residential Phone Number (please include full 10-digit number) *
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Desired Mailing Address *
Minimum one-way road distance from home to Hanover, NH (in miles) *
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Courses you currently teach (including AMS undergraduate courses) in the geosciences (e.g., geology, sedimentology, marine science, atmospheric science, climate science, environmental science) or related science fields (e.g. chemistry, physics, engineering): *
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What is/are your degree(s)? *
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If your degree is not in a geoscience field, list the college-level courses you have taken in geology, sedimentology, marine science, atmospheric science, climate science, environmental science, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Also, please note any long-duration professional development workshops you have attended in these fields: *
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What is your area of research? *
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Please tell us how you became aware of School of Ice: *
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I certify that the information given on this application is accurate and complete: *
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