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Applications are closed for Fall 2019. Applications for Spring 2020 will open in November. 

The application collects basic contact and institutional information and includes answers to the following questions:

  1. What type of NEON educational resources are you most interested in working with during this FMN? (Teaching Module, Tutorial, or your own lesson)
  2. Please identify two modules/tutorials you may be interested in implementing in your course(s).
  3. What adaptations do you intend on making to the modules before implementing them in your course(s)? Please identify the course(s) you plan on implementing the module in (i.e. ecology, introductory biology lab, etc.). (250 words max)
  4. Describe your experiences using data in your teaching. Include challenges you have faced and strategies you have used to engage your students in working with data. (250 words max)

Once accepted into the FMN, participants are asked to commit to the following:

  • Participate in the full FMN (Aug-Dec 2019) including 1-hr online meetings twice per month
  • Implement at least one of NEON data-centered activity in their course(s)
  • Share teacher notes and adapted materials on the QUBES Hub and with NEON to receive NEON Data Education Fellow recognition

Applications are closed for Fall 2019. Applications for Spring 2020 will open in November. 

FAQ: Do I need to be a tenure-track/full-time faculty member to participate?  

  • No.  To participate you do need to have a group of students to work with and be able to adapt/modify the curriculum so that you can implement the module you work on during the FMN.  We use “faculty” as a stand in for this role, this does not mean you need to be tenure-track/full-time faculty to be part of the FMN.

Questions? Please contact Megan Jones (