Summer Research Experiences for Educators at WA Two-Year and Tribal Colleges
The Clean Energy Research Experience for Teachers program is for local community and tribal college educators who have the goal of integrating clean energy research into their curriculum. Instructors are immersed in a research lab where they concentrate on learning a technique. Participants translate the research into a lab that can be used at their home institutions with minimal equipment capability.
This program provides a stipend of $8,000.
Application Open: December 15
Application Deadline: March 15
This program is open to U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are not currently employees at the University of Washington.
RET Host Faculty
Instructors Jim Patterson and Tony Molinero brought clean energy science back to their classrooms at North Seattle College and Grays Harbor College. Read our story about their RET experiences!
After founding the first engineering program at Northwest Indian College, Stephanie Bostwick participated in our 2020 RET program, during which she developed a clean energy curriculum and began exploring the feasibility of microgrids on campus and for the Lummi Nation as a whole. Read our story: Microgrids for education and energy sovereignty!