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Exploring STEM through Civic Science with Pre-Service Teachers, June Newsletter

We’re thrilled over the success of our recent 3-day Summer Institute at the University of Houston Clear Lake, which brought together passionate STEM4ALL pre-service and in-service teachers. The event focused on Civic Science, empowering educators to integrate STEM education and civic engagement in their classrooms. The CELF TX team shared valuable insights and practical strategies …

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Students Drive Creative Solutions at the CELF Virtual Student Symposium, May Newsletter

At CELF’s 2023 Virtual Student Symposium, students from New York, Texas and Ghana presented their projects, sharing results and solutions with their peers. A wide range of research topics covered endangered species like tiger salamanders, tested the impact of microplastics on brine shrimp, addressed bacterial contamination in drinking water and on artificial turf playing fields, …

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April Newsletter Announces Young Voices and Future Civic Science Programs

The Children’s Environmental Literacy Foundation announced this week that it has added the Young Voices for the Planet series of groundbreaking films featuring student environmental action to its educational resources. The films are now available on CELF’s website (www.celfeducation.org/yvfp). Young Voices for the Planet is now entering its next phase of growth as a part …

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Student Voices Heard and Recognized in our March 2023 Newsletter

Texas students care about the future of their environment: the air they breathe, the water they drink, and the neighborhoods where they live. At CELF’s Annual Houston Student Symposium this month, students from six regional schools presented their projects aimed at creating a healthier and more sustainable future. At a separate event, elementary school students …

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Local and Global Connections for Students in the February 2023 Newsletter

During a day of making direct observations from aboard a boat, Channelview High School students got a closer look at Port Houston and gained a deeper understanding of the energy and shipping industries that drive the local economy, as well as the environmental challenges their community faces. Two groups of female high school students from …

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Get Outside, Experiential Learning in our January 2023 Newsletter

Students and teachers from Westbury High School in Houston joined CELF and community stakeholders for an exciting and educational afternoon at Willow Waterhole Greenway, a 300-plus-acre network of lakes, prairie, and marsh located in the heart of the Westbury neighborhood of Houston. Read about these and other exciting events in January, as well as upcoming …

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Recent Programs, Community Events and Electric Buses in our November Newsletter

During the month of Thanksgiving, CELF is grateful for a busy calendar of fulfilling school programs and community events: Green Careers guest speakers on the clean energy transition, “plogging” in Spring Creek, Texas, the pumpkin lifecycle in New York, and a high school career day. Read the highlights, plus our partnership on electric buses and …

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Our March newsletter is out!

Click here to learn more about our exciting upcoming opportunities and how CELF is empowering young scientists to be ESG-Focused Industry Leaders.

Register for our free upcoming CELF in the Field at Teatown Lake Reservation!Winter Field Experiences: Tracks and Traces
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