Projects and Partnerships in Science Education
Marine Biotechnology and Bioinformatics for Teachers
This National Science Foundation sponsored summer workshop takes place each summer for three weeks at CSU Monterey Bay and the CSU Moss Landing Marine Labs. Combining hands-on research in marine invasives with curriculum development teachers introduce current scientific techniques into their classrooms. The project is a collaboration between San Jose State University, CSU Monterey Bay, and Moss Landing Marine Labs.
Institute of Archaeological Science, Technology, & Visualization
This link will take you to pages
describing the Institute research and education projects focused primarily on the missions of
Return of the Natives Environmental Education
The Return of the Natives is a school and community-based environmental education and
restoration project serving over 100 schools in the Santa Cruz, Monterey, and
San Benito counties.
Sea Urchin Developmental Biology for High Schools
An award-winning cell and developmental biology curriculum site conceived of and developed by Dr. David Epel and Chris Patton, Stanford University; Pamela Miller, M.Ed., Seaside High School; and Dr. Henrik Kibak, CSU Monterey Bay.
Virtual Wireless Fieldtrips at Elkhorn Slough
The WeTec Program at CSU Monterey Bay connects scientists to school classrooms wirelessly even from remote locations. Teachers who participate in the Elkhorn Slough Education program may also have their classes participate in wireless follow-up fieldtrips to Elkhorn Slough.