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Science Partners in Inquiry-based Collaborative Education

Graduate Fellows

Will be available in January 2013

The SPICE grant will provide 4 Type I Fellowships ($24,000 each). These Fellows will continue to work with SPICE the following year as Type II Fellows.

Fellows will be selected by the SPICE Advisory Board. They must be currently enrolled as a University of Florida graduate student in the College of Engineering, Liberal Arts and Science, Agriculture and Life Science or College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Middle School Teachers

Available in March 2013

The SPICE grant will provide a SPICE Fellow, training and a stipend for4 teachers at our focal schools (Fort Clarke, Howard Bishop, Kanapaha, Lincoln, Mebane, Oak View and Westwood).

The term of appointment will be for 2 years, with reduced expectations the second year.

Applications available at Perks and Obligations.

Teachers assigned to gifted programs (e.g. Cambridge, Lyceum, The Academy) or special education programs are not eligible.

University Faculty and Staff
We welcome participation by faculty and staff at University of Florida.

Teachers and Employees of the School Board of Alachua County
We welcome input and participation from teachers and administrators in K-12 education, especially those involved with science in middle schools.

Contact Information:
Alisha R. Williams , Program Coordinator, SPICE office: 352-392-2310
williamsar@cpet.ufl.edu

 

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