UW Pipeline Project

Culture and Science Exchange (CASE)

A Two-Quarter Seminar & Team-Teaching Adventure

WINTER SEMINAR AT UW:                                      SPRING SEMINAR AT UW:
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:30-5:50pm                  TBD to fit your schedule

DATES IN YAKIMA VALLEY:
January 21, 2019 (MLK Day)
ASB – March 19-24, 2019 (Spring Break)

COSTS: All lodging, food and transportation costs will be covered for UW students.

QUESTIONS: pipeline@uw.edu
APPLICATION (click here)

PRIORITY DEADLINE: Oct 31st, 2018
FINAL DEADLINE: Nov 14th, 2018

If you are interested in a 1-quarter program where you will teach about genetics or engineering, you can also check out our program STEM Alternative Spring Break. (Same application link)

Would you like an immersive experience in the Yakama Nation?

Would you like to dive into the topics of education and empowerment?

Would you like to support middle schoolers to recognize themselves as scientists and leaders?

  • Engage 6th graders in the relationship between soil science and planetary geology!
  • Two-quarter program (Winter and Spring), including hosting four visits by Yakama students to UW campus during those quarters.
  • Earn up to 3 EDUC401 credits per quarter, or 4-9 credits if you also tutor locally!

 

No teaching experience necessary, some youth services experience desired.

This project is supported by NASA and Northwest Earth and Space Sciences Pipeline.