The objective of the SEED workshops is to provide training to the instructors who are interested in using SEED labs in their courses. During the workshops, instructors will work on the SEED labs that they are interested in, with the help from us. We will also share with the instructors our experience in using these SEED labs. Each year, we hold two workshops at Syracuse University. The 2019 workshops will be held in the following days:
May 29 (Wednesday) – June 1 (Saturday), 2019: We start the first workshop on Wednesday because Monday is a holiday. Those who have to leave on Friday should feel free to do so.
June 3 (Monday) – June 6 (Thursday), 2019.
We will accept a total of 80 participants for the workshops (40 for each). Eligible participants will receive a stipend of $1200 for attending the workshop. The selection will be done based on several criteria, including coverage, diversity, and needs. This will be the last workshop that we can hold under the current grant.
(Updated on March 13): The application is now closed, as we have reached our limit (100 participants will attend our workshops).
Our grant can only cover the participants from US-based schools. If you are not from US or not an instructor, we may accept your application if seats are still available, but you will not receive a stipend (the workshop will still be free). In the last 4 years, we had a number of self-sponsored international participants.
Due to the limitation of funds, those who have already attended our last two years’ workshops will not be eligible to apply. Those who attended the 2015 or 2016 workshops are eligible to apply, but preferences will be given to new participants.
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