Accomplishments

Highlights

Outcome from the Tri-State Western Consortium Interdisciplinary Modeling Course held Summer 2012 at New Mexico State University
Students Supply Data to Research Community through National Hydrologic Database
Internet Connectivity Bolsters Access to Genetics Research from Remote Laboratory
1st Annual Tri-State Consortium Cyberlearning Summit
2010 Annual Tri-State Consortium Meeting Attracts Researchers to Discuss Cyberinfrastructure and Climate Change in the West
Growing up Thinking Scientifically (GUTS): Cyberinfrastructure Enhanced Education in New Mexico
New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge: Cyberinfrastructure Enhanced Education in New Mexico
Adoption of International Interoperability Standards Enables Efficient Data and Information Discovery, Exchange, and Use


Students Supply Data to Research Community through National Hydrologic Database

A new website (http://mossi.tfhsbruins.com) allows teachers and students to integrate place based citizen science with climate change education and research. It provides:
 
Teaching tools that will broaden participation in, and understanding of, computational thinking and climate change science;
 
Greater access for students to interactively use educational versions of climate models to test various climate change scenarios;
 
Strengthened middle and high school extracurricular science education programs, allowing them to reach more teachers and students.
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This material is based in part upon work supported by: The National Science Foundation under grant number(s) IIA-1329469, IIA-1329470 and IIA-1329513. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.