STEM Learning and Water Science Engagement
- Laura Hunter (UU)
- Beth Cable (UWYO)
- Ruby Calvert (WY PBS)
- Craig Douglas (UWYO)
- Brent Ewers (UWYO)
- Norm Jones (BYU)
- Ginger Paige (UWYO)
- David Rosenberg (USU)
- Madlyn Runburg (NHMU)
- Louisa Stark (UU)
Education & Outreach
CI-WATER’s Education and Outreach team has engaged in a wide array of activities to enhance the public’s engagement with water and computer science, including developing learning resources for ongoing use such as Teaching Toolkits and curricula to bring water and computer science into formal and informal learning environments.
By bringing the work of scientists to students, educators and the general public, CI-WATER is helping prepare a STEM-literate citizenry that can help solve tomorrow’s challenges through STEM. Hundreds of people have participated in CI-WATER sponsored events, including Code Camps for teens, educator workshops, guest speakers, television broadcasts, public film screenings, and a cutting-edge graduate course for the next generation of water and computer scientists.
CI-WATER Education Resources
Videos & Webinars
Resources and Tools
- STEM Career
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers have numerous benefits including employment rates that are higher than average, the ability to make a difference to your community and a wide variety of potential work environments.
- Curriculum & Student Interactives
Water related lesson plans, activities, and resources for students.
Water Education Foundation's online water encyclopedia. Vetted information from an objective source.
- CUAHSI - Universities Allied for Water Research
Founded in 2001, the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI) enables the water science community to advance understanding of the central role of water to life, Earth, and society. CUAHSI focuses on water from bedrock to atmosphere, from summit to sea and from the geologic past, through the present and into the future.
- National Water Center (NWC)
The NWC collaboratively researches, develops and delivers state-of-the science, National hydrologic analyses, forecast information, data, decision-support services and guidance to support and inform essential emergency services and water management decisions.
- CI-WATER Faculty Lounge
Teachers learn about the opportunities that CI-WATER resources offer educators with this archive of the faculty lounge webinar from project partner Utah Education Network (UEN) and Wymoing EPSCoR. Originally aired on May 8, 2014.
Past Events and Programs
- USU Summer Code Camp - July 10, 2014
- Summer Research Apprentice Program (SRAP) - June 9th - July 18th, 2014
- BYU Engineering Code Camp - June 11, 2013
- USU Summer Code Camp - July 11, 2013
- Professional Development Summer Institute for Teachers - June 24- 28, 2013
- 2013 CI-WATER Symposium Proceedings
- 2013 CI-WATER Public Event with Dr. Miriah Meyer
- 2012 CI-WATER Symposium Proceedings
- 2012 CI-WATER Symposium Education Speaker Dr. Christopher Emdin
Enhance STEM Learning and Water Science Engagement -Team 4
Presented by Laura Hunter at the AAAS External Review in November 2014
Enhance STEM Learning and Water Science Engagement
Presented by Laura Hunter at the All Hands Meeting on October 10, 2013 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Using Interactive Video Conferencing for Multi-Institution, Team-Teaching
Burian, S.J., Horsburgh, J.S., Rosenberg, D.E., Ames, D.P., Hunter, L.G., and Strong, C. (2013). “Using interactive video conferencing for multi-institution, team-teaching.” American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference Proceedings, 23-26 June, 2013, Atlanta, GA, USA.
- Enhance STEM Learning and Water Science Engagement - Team 4
Presented by Laura Hunter at the CI-WATER Symposium on May 29, 2013
Outreach and Education - Team 4
Presented by Laura Hunter at the AAAS External Review on March 4, 2013
CI‐WATER Hydroinformatcs Course Fall 2012
Presented by Jeffery S. Horsburgh, David Rosenberg, Steve Burian, and Dan Ames at the AAAS External Review on March 4, 2013