Friday, April 21, 2017, EMU Swindells Room Faculty, graduate students, and post-docs are invited to drop-in for one session or attend the entire day. RSVP required for lunch and recommended for workshop sessions to help us plan. 9am-12pm Thinking Skills for the 21st Century: Teaching for […]
Our mission is to support student success through development of excellent science teachers. The University of Oregon Science Literacy Program (SLP) makes a real-world difference in the lives of UO students by building science literacy among undergraduate students, giving science students mentored […]
There will be no journal club this week, have a great spring break! Next term we will continue to have two journal clubs to choose from, and we will be focusing on how to apply evidence-based practices to our teaching.
We are delighted to announce that Science Literacy Program Associate Director Elly Vandegrift has been selected by the University as one of two Williams Fellows for 2016-17. Nominated by their peers, Williams Fellows are selected for their commitment to undergraduate education and […]
We are pleased to offer 8 Science Literacy courses Spring 2017 and support SLP scholars and fellows in each course. The Science Literacy Program seeks talented, motivated, and hard-working Undergraduate SLP Scholars and Graduate SLP Fellows to help co-teach general education courses in Biology, Chemistry, […]
Following a successful two-day workshop on Science Communication (May 2015), the University of Oregon has been invited to become an Affiliated University with the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. The Science Literacy Program will serve as the campus resource center to provide opportunities for graduate students, […]
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