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The Summer Workshop is a unique experience most commonly by participants as "exhausting but invigorating!"  The workshop launches with a series of hands on sessions about resources, tools, and pedagogical methods.  Throughout the week, speakers share exciting ideas and information, and participants have time to work with colleagues to develop their own materials.  Time is also dedicated to sharing ideas with the larger group to get feedback and new ideas.  Workshop activities run from 8:30am to late in the evening. Participants leave with new resources, tools and colleagues.  The workshop starts online prior to the workshop, and groups will have the opportunity to continue to work together in the QUBES space after the workshop.

Get a sense of what happens at a summer workshop from these previous years' websites:

Summer 2016, North Carolina State University
Summer 2015, Harvey Mudd College
Summer 2014, University of Delaware

Schedule is subject to change, check back often to stay up to date!

Sunday July 23 - Welcome and Registration

12:00 - 5:00pm Registration
3:00pm Welcome
3:30pm Poster session and reception
5:30pm Shuttle to dinner
6:00pm Dinner
7:30pm Keynote speaker Lou Gross, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
8:30pm Return to dorms

Monday July 24 - Getting the resources, thinking about your classroom

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily logistics, Mystery graph, speaker intro
9:15am Julia Gouvea, Tufts University 
10:15am Break
10:30amSession 1
12:30pm Lunch
2:00pm Session 2
4:00pm Break
5:00pm Dinner
6:30pm Session 3
8:30pm Sessions end

Tuesday July 25 - A day for scientific exploration

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily Logistics, Mystery graph
9:15am Ahna Skop, University of Wisconsin - Madison 
10:15am Break
10:30am Group time for exploring tools and resources 
12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm Group time for exploring tools and resources
4:30pm Mini posters due
5:00pm Dinner
6:30pm Mini-poster session
8:00pm Poster session ends

Wednesday July 26 - Moving to the classroom

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily logistics, Mystery Graph
9:15am Tammy Long, Michigan State University 
10:15am Break
10:30am Curriculum Groups Form
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm Group work time
3:30pm Shuttles to the zoo
4:00pm Potter Park Zoo visit
6:00pm Hors d’oeuvres
6:30pm Picnic dinner
8:00pm Return to dorms

Thursday July 27 - Developing your evidence based, classroom activity and implementation plan

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily logistics, Mystery Graph
9:15am Carl Bergstrom, University of Washington 
10:15am Group Work Time
12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm John Zobitz, Augsburg College
2:30pm Logistics for presentations, QUBES mini-FMNs
3:00pm Group Work Time
(3:30pm QUBES Training for group facilitators)
5:30pm Dinner
7:00pm Work time

Friday July 28 - Final Presentations

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily logistics
9:15am Final Presentations
12:00pm Workshop concludes.  Box Lunches available for grab and go, or a final picnic with new friends.

Summer Workshop Schedule - Sunday, July 23 to Friday, July 28

Sunday, July 23 - Welcome and Registration

12:00 - 5:00pm Registration
3:00pm Welcome
3:30pm Poster session and reception
5:30pm Shuttle to dinner
6:00pm Dinner
7:30pm Keynote speaker Lou Gross, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
8:30pm Return to dorms

Monday, July 24 - Getting the resources, thinking about your classroom

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily logistics, Mystery graph, speaker intro
9:15am Julia Gouvea, Tufts University 
10:15am Break
10:30amSession 1
12:30pm Lunch
2:00pm Session 2
4:00pm Break
5:00pm Dinner
6:30pm Session 3
8:30pm Sessions end

Tuesday July 25 - A day for scientific exploration

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily Logistics, Mystery graph
9:15am Ahna Skop, University of Wisconsin - Madison 
10:15am Break
10:30am Group time for exploring tools and resources 
12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm Group time for exploring tools and resources
4:30pm Mini posters due
5:00pm Dinner
6:30pm Mini-poster session
8:00pm Poster session ends

Wednesday, July 26 - Moving to the classroom

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily logistics, Mystery Graph
9:15am Tammy Long, Michigan State University 
10:15am Break
10:30am Curriculum Groups Form
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm Group work time
3:30pm Shuttles to the zoo
4:00pm Potter Park Zoo visit
6:00pm Hors d’oeuvres
6:30pm Picnic dinner
8:00pm Return to dorms

Thursday, July 27 - Developing your evidence based, classroom activity and implementation plan

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily logistics, Mystery Graph
9:15am Carl Bergstrom, University of Washington 
10:15am Group Work Time
12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm John Zobitz, Augsburg College
2:30pm Logistics for presentations, QUBES mini-FMNs
3:00pm Group Work Time
(3:30pm QUBES Training for group facilitators)
5:30pm Dinner
7:00pm Work time

Friday July 28 - Final Presentations

8:30am Coffee
9:00am Daily logistics
9:15am Final Presentations
12:00pm Workshop concludes.  Box Lunches available for grab and go, or a final picnic with new friends.