We are pleased to offer 11 Science Literacy courses Winter 2018. We will 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, Earth Sciences, Human Physiology or Physics. Read below for more information about SLP courses and the application process.
Winter 2018 Courses
- ASTR 121 The Solar System
- BI 130 Introduction to Ecology
- BI 212 General Biology II: Organisms
- BI 322 Cell Biology
- BI 484 Molecular Evolution
- GEOL 462 Environmental Geomechanics
- HPHY 112 The Science of Health
- PHYS 162 Solar and Renewable Energies
- PHYS 205 Introductory Physics Lab
- PHYS 171 The Physics of Life
- PHYS 413 Mechanics, Electricity, and Magnetism
More information about these courses can be found in 2017-2018 Courses.
Apply to Be an SLP Graduate Fellow or Undergraduate Scholar
Science Literacy Program fellows and scholars have a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in science education. Fellows and scholars work closely with our faculty to develop and deliver science curriculum for undergraduate students taking the courses outlined above. Our fellows and scholars also participate in a weekly Journal Club to learn the latest best practices in evidence-based pedagogy in a collaborative group setting.
Apply to become a Winter 2018 Graduate Fellow or Undergraduate Scholar today!
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