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AMS Education Program
Conference Schedule

ARCHIVED PRESENTATIONS

 

A great opportunity to preview AMS Educational Materials, talk to professors who have implemented AMS courses, and become part of the K-12 AMS Educator Community is to visit our booth at national and regional meetings for major scientific, professional and education societies. The AMS Education Program seeks to encourage participation by institutions and individuals new to our programs. Participating in these meetings allows us to remain visible within the nationwide network of Earth science education experts, educators and scientists.

2013 Meetings


Geological Society of America
October 27-30 | Denver, CO

Booth #313
Exhibit Hours: (10/27) 5-7; (10/28) 9-6:30; (10/29) 9-6:30;
(10/30) 9-2

Poster: Engaging Underrepresented Communities in the Geosciences through AMS Diversity Projects

Poster Information: (10/28), 2-4 & 5-6:30 in Exhibit Hall D


American Geophysical Union
AMS MEMBERSHIP DEPARTMENT
AT AGU THIS YEAR!

December 9-13 | San Francisco, CA

Booth #907
Exhibit Hours: (12/9) 6-8; (12/10) 9:30-6; (12/11) 9:30-6; (12/12) 9:30-6; (12/13) 9:30-1:30

Presentation: The AMS and Second Nature: Working Together to Increase Climate Literacy at Minority Serving Institutions Nationwide

Presentation Information: (12/9), 3:25-3:40, Moscone South Room 103



2014 Meetings


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National Council for Science & the Environment
January 28-30 | Washington, DC

Booth TBA
Exhibit Hours: (1/28) 9:30-8; (1/29) 8-8:30; (1/30) 8-2

Poster Presentation: TBA


American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting
February 2-6 | Atlanta, GA


Exhibit Hours: (2/3) 4-7:30; (2/4) 8:30-6; (2/5) 8:30-6:30;
(2/6) 8:30-12

K-12 Presentation: AMS DataStreme and the NGSS

Information: (2/3), 2-2:15, Room C109


Undergraduate Presentation: Using Real-Life Extreme Events to Increase Students' Scientific Literacy

Information: (2/14), 4-4:15, Room C109

Other Education Related Events

NSF-OEDG Climate Diversity Workshop
Details: TBA

WEATHERFEST
Georgia World Congress Center, Hall C
(2/2) 12:00-4:00
FREE/Open to Public

23rd Symposium on Education


eLearning Conference Information

eLearning 2014
February 15-18 | Orlando, FL

Booth #201
Exhibit Hours:
TBA


2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting
February 23-28 | Honolulu, HI

Booth #18
Exhibit Hours:
(2/24) 10-7; (2/25) 12-7; (2/26) 10-7; (2/27) 12-7

Presentation: TBA


NSTA National Conference Information

NSTA National Conference
April 3-6 | Boston, MA

Booth #527
Exhibit Hours:
TBA


American Association of Geographers
AMS MEMBERSHIP DEPARTMENT
AT AAG THIS YEAR!

April 8-12 | Tampa, FL

Booth #300 & 302
Exhibit Hours:
(4/9) 9:30-5:30; (4/10) 9:30-5:30; (4/11) 9:30-3:30

Presentation:TBA


U.S. Science & Engineering Festival
April 26-27 | Washington, DC
Walter E. Washington Convention Center

FREE/Open to Public
Exhibit Hours: (4/26) 9-6; (4/27) 9-6

Come make a cloud in a bottle!


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