Anne Egger and colleagues receive NSF funding for InTeGrate effort

Anne Egger is a co-PI on a grant, called InTeGrate, recently funded through the National Science Foundation. InTeGrate stands for "Interdisciplinary Teaching of Geoscience for a sustainable future", and it is a five-year community effort to improve geoscience literacy and build a workforce prepared to tackle environmental and resource issues. The grant seeks to transform the what, how, and where of undergraduate geoscience teaching through a combination of materials development, implementation programs, and faculty professional development. More information about the InTeGrate program and how to get involved can be found on the program website:

Anne’s role in the project is to lead the integration of geoscience literacy into the preparation of elementary, middle, and secondary school teachers, as well as to provide professional development opportunities for graduate teaching assistants and adjunct faculty.