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Ms. Kuper is part of the NITARP 2017 class. She is also a mentor educator in the NITARP 2022 class.
Ms. Kuper got some nice media coverage.
Ms. Kuper was selected to attend the Society for Science High School Research Teachers Conference in Washington, D.C. She made a presentation about NITARP!
Ms. Kuper weas selected for the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, a STEM learning opportunity for rural communities. Read more here. Congratulations!
Ms. Kuper received a Vernier Software & Technology Award, sponsored by Vernier Software & Technology, from the NSTA. Congratulations!
Ms. Kuper got some nice local media coverage.
Despite the global pandemic, many NITARP alumni helped us out with reviewing the NITARP 2020 proposals! Scientists who helped include Tiffany Meshkat, Patrick Lowrance, Mike Werner, Seppo Laine, and Julian van Eyken. Thanks to all!
Ms. Kuper attended the Exeter Astronomy Education Conference in June 2019.
Many NITARP alumni helped us out with reviewing the NITARP 2019 proposals! Scientists who helped include Tiffany Meshkat, Marja Seidel, Sergio Fajardo-Acosta, Mike Werner, and Julian van Eyken. Thanks to all!
Ms. Stalnaker was selected for the TEX2 teacher externship. Read more here.
Ms. Stalnaker writes:
On Thursday, March 29, I spoke to a group of preservice math and science teachers at the University of North Texas Teach North Texas Program and shared information with them about NITARP and the importance of doing authentic research with their students. I shared the NITARP website and showed the posters online.
Ms. Stalnaker got some great local coverage.
This experience was life changing! It has changed the way I teach everything, not just astronomy.
NITARP has transformed my life and the way I teach, so it's difficult to find anything that has NOT been influenced by this experience!