SUCCEED 2013 Teacher Workshop

Please help us promote the SUCCEED student workshop! Below is a slideshow with pictures from the SUCCEED student workshop 2013.
Click HERE to view slideshow!

What is the SUCCEED teacher workshop?
The SUCCEED Teacher Workshop is a 2-day program where CMU faculty and students will work with teachers to better understand how much they already know about climate/energy. Our goal is to help teachers incorporate these materials into their curriculum to address issues related to sustainable energy systems and climate change. The SUCCEED program is supported in part by the Leonard Gelfland Center.

When and where is the SUCCEED teacher workshop? How much will I be paid?
The SUCCEED Teacher Workshop runs on August 8 and August 9, 2013, Monday and Tuesday, from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. The program takes place on the Carnegie Mellon University campus. All teacher participants will receive 12 hours of Act 48 credit, a stipend of $200, and access to the curriculum generated during the workshop. Additionally, lunches are provided each day. The workshop is limited to 10 participants.

Who can apply?
The SUCCEED Teacher Workshop is open to STEM teachers in the Pittsburgh area. Experience with 9th graders is preferred. Selection preference may be given to Environmental Science teachers.

How do I apply?
• If you are interested in attending the SUCCEED teacher workshop, please send in the completed application form. Click HERE to download application form. This form may also be filled out online HERE.

Application Deadline is June 1, 2013. Participants will be notified by June 30, 2013. Space is limited to 10 people, and please note that the act of applying does not guarantee participation in this year’s program.

Click HERE to view a flyer on the SUCCEED 2013 Student program, and please feel free to distribute this flyer to your students!

Click HERE to view a flyer on the SUCCEED 2013 Teacher program!
Questions or Concerns?

Please contact Steve Gradeck at or by phone at (412) 268-6657.

This research was made possible through support from the Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making (CEDM). This Center has been created through a cooperative agreement between the National Science Foundation (SES-0949710) and Carnegie Mellon University.