Archived Webinar: Climate Studies for Minority-Serving Institutions: An Overview of Opportunities with AMS & Second Nature

Presented by: The American Meteorological Society
Tuesday, February 5, 2013 | 2-3pm EST

Second Nature is partnering with the American Meteorological Society (AMS) to promote the importance of basic climate science education at all colleges and universities.

Join us for a webinar overview of the opportunities offered by the AMS Climate Studies Diversity Project to minority-serving institutions (MSIs) nationwide, including:

  • A five-day Implementation Workshop in Washington, D.C. Travel, room, board, and instructional costs are covered, and also a $300 stipend will be provided.
  • Course implementation assistance by AMS program staff and instructors teaching in similar academic environments
  • Waived license fee for offering the climate course (normally $149 per year) for the first two years.

This broadcast will cover eligibility, how to apply, previous attendees experiences, and opportunities for participants at Minority Serving Institutions.

For more information about this partnership and the AMS Climate Studies Diversity Project, visit: http://www.campusgreenbuilder.org/AMS-SecondNature

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