**Priority will be given to applications received on or before January 31, 2018 and on a rolling basis thereafter**
For your application to be considered, please also send the following to Louise Huffman <email@example.com>:• 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 August 17, 2018);
(b) writing a plan of action to begin or expand paleoclimate study and research opportunities for your undergraduate students (due by August 31, 2018);
(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 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 1, 2018); and
(d) participating in program evaluation activities.