Based on our mission to enhance both knowledge and stewardship of freshwater resources, Stroud Water Research Center has supplemented its research efforts by developing education programs to communicate our science to public audiences in both formal and informal settings.
Starting with such projects as the Leaf Pack Experiment Kit and the Leaf Pack Network®, through our Art and Science workshops to Model My Watershed and Geoscience Education projects, we reach thousands of students, hundreds of teachers and many members of the public annually.
27 Jul 2017 - CZO National Office's quarterly newsletter CZNews: Summer 2017.
23 Jun 2017 - A 15-week semester-long upper-level undergraduate course curriculum entitled “Introduction to Critical Zone Science” is now available free online.
22 May 2017 - Contribute a classroom or field activity to Teach the Earth.
06 Apr 2017 - 2017 CZO Webinar Series: Critical Zone and Society.
24 Mar 2017 - The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) is a professional scientific society, made up of soil scientists, educators, and consultants focused on...
18 Sep 2015 - “Hydrosphere! Lithosphere! Atmosphere! Biosphere!” students and teachers shouted during orientation for this summer’s Critical...
17 Aug 2015 - The Critical Zone Observatory Research Experience for Undergraduates and Research Experience for Teachers program traveled to Baltimore, Maryland to...
17 Aug 2015 - Members of AGU and the Ecological Society of America came together in their first joint event to discuss opportunities for research collaboration.
14 Aug 2015 - The Stroud Water Research Center does more than count bugs in streams. As a result of its educational and scientific projects, hundreds of students...
10 Jun 2015 - Funded by the National Science Foundation, eight REU/RET participants with Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory joined seven...