2018 Application: UO Mobile Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching and Science Communication Workshop
Thanks for your interest in attending summer workshops hosted by the University of Oregon's Science Literacy Program (SLP)! All events will take place from Sept. 10-14, 2018.

Use this form to apply to either the Mobile Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching or the Science Communication Workshop.

Find more information on our website: http://scilit.uoregon.edu/events/
If you have questions, please reach the SLP at scilit@uoregon.edu.

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First Name *
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Last Name *
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Title/Position *
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Department *
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Institution *
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Email Address *
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WORKSHOP PREFERENCES
Which track/events of the summer workshops would you like to attend? (View detailed schedules for the MoSI and Science Communication Workshop at the bottom of this page.) *
Select any dietary needs.
Complete these questions ONLY if you're applying for the full Summer Institute or Communicating Science Workshop tracks.
Those only registering for the strategic plan or administrator lunch can skip to the bottom of the page to submit.
How will your participation in this workshop benefit your students as well as your own teaching and career? You may wish to describe teaching challenges you have encountered that you hope to address by participating in the Institute.
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Please briefly describe your previous involvement with faculty development, science communication, and research on undergraduate science education (e.g., workshops and conferences, research activities in science education, formal coursework).
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To participate in the workshops, you must follow these guidelines. By checking each of these, you are agreeing to the following guidelines:
MoSI Schedule
Science Communication Workshop Schedule
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