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1000 E. University Ave.
Wyoming Hall 453
Laramie, WY 82071
The Science and Math Teaching Center at the University of Wyoming is seeking a qualified individual to perform office duties and grant related tasks. Qualified applicants should be able to efficiently use a computer and MS Office applications, be available 19 hours per week, have good phone skills, and work independently. Please contact the SMTC at (307) 766-6381 for additional information or stop by our offices for an application. The University of Wyoming is an AA/EEO employer.
A new exhibit created by the Hawkins Centers of Learning will be on display at the Berry Biodiversity Center June 2 – July 19. If you’ve ever wondered how you can sustain the wonder, curiosity and engagement of young children, you’re in for a special treat. You will want to visit the exhibit, join us for the opening reception on June 18 from 6-8 pm, or attend the half day workshop on Wednesday, June 19, from 8-noon. Based on the work of David and Frances Hawkins, the events feature hands-on opportunities to learn new ways to engage children in the wonders of the world, make meaning and raise questions. Sponsored by SMTC, the Berry Center and the Early Childhood and Elementary Education Department, the exhibit is free and open to the public – parents, grandparents, scientists, teachers, people who work and play with children. For more information, please click here.
The Teacher Learning Center has three great workshops that they are offering this summer. Come join teachers from across Wyoming to meet in Jackson Hole to learn new techniques and earn professional credits! To learn more about the individual workshops, please click on the links below.
For more information or if you would like to register, please contact Leslie Cook at email@example.com or call 307-733-1313.
Several of our current graduate students are preparing for graduation and we like to announce their final projects. Plan B projects are worked on by our students over the course of their studies and culminate in a final paper and presentation. These presentations are open to the public - if you would like to come and support them, please check the SMTC Announcements page for more information.
The Science and Mathematics Teaching Center (SMTC) is committed to excellence in K-16 science and mathematics teaching and learning. Functioning as a department of the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences, the SMTC facilitates collaborative interdisciplinary professional development projects that support teachers in Wyoming and across the Western United States. We serve as a resource center for teachers and a center for collaboration on grants between K-12 schools, the Wyoming Department of Education, community colleges, and the University of Wyoming. The SMTC offers three master's programs for science and mathematics teachers as well as professional development courses for certification. We support and promote research based change in the teaching and learning of K-16 science and mathematics education. Come join us in pursuing excellence in science and mathematics education for all students in Wyoming.