Decisions on proposals for the NARST 2020 Annual Conference were recently announced by email. The location of the Proposal Reviewing System has changed. To view your own proposal, the decision, and the reviews, go to https://proposals.narst.org/abstracts2020/ and log in using your usual userID and password.
The 2020 Annual International Conference will be held March 15-18 2020 in Portland, Oregon. The conference theme is: SCHOOL, COMMUNITY, CITIZENSHIP: SCIENCE EDUCATION ACROSS PLACES AND CONTEXTS.
The NARST Graduate Student Committee is seeking advanced science education researchers (i.e., faculty, postdoctoral scholars, senior scholars) to serve as mentors to graduate student researchers during the third annual Graduate Student Research Symposium during the 2020 NARST Annual International Conference on Tuesday, March 17th.
The NARST classroom teacher/informal educator scholarships have been established to affirm NARST’s commitment to connecting research and practice of science education. The scholarships will financially support K-12 science teachers and informal science educators, who collaborate with NARST members on research projects, to participate in and present research papers at the NARST annual conference.