Civic Science: Inquiry to Action
We Make a World of Difference!
From measuring air quality in schools and cities to innovating solutions and bringing those ideas to policymakers—students go beyond data collection and analysis to make a world of difference in their communities.
CELF’s Spring 2022 Civic Science program concluded with a Virtual Student Symposium! This interactive experience allowed students and teachers to present their semester-long work to each other, the CELF staff, and scholars and educators from other participating schools. Utilizing a place-based approach, students tackled various STEAM-related topics, including urban green spaces, air quality, and environmental justice!
View the 2022 and 2021 recaps, which highlight the best of student projects!
Check out our case studies!
Harmony School of Fine Arts & Technology Houston, Texas
Leveraging STEM Skills to Investigate Indoor and Outdoor Air Quality in School
West End Secondary School, NYC
Students Investigate Air Quality in Urban Communities Impacted by COVID-19
Comprehensive Model School Project (CMSP), NYC
Students Explore Issues of Environmental Justice and Develop Solutions for their Community
The Chapin School, NYC
Investigation and Activism, Bridging Remote Learning
Lewis Middle School, Aldine ISD, Houston, TX
Texas Middle Schoolers Drive Their Own Air Quality Research Investigations
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