Andrews Institute News

Two Andrews Institute Students Recognized

Beau Hartweg is currently a student in the Ph.D. in Science Education program in the College of Education at TCU. His video production, Eclipse: Countdown to Totality, won 1st place in the American Astronomical Society’s WorldWide Telescope Competition in the Planetarium division. It also won Special Eclipse 2017 Prize. To view the production go to the World Wide Telescope website.

Angela Groves, a science teacher in Fort Worth ISD, has been chosen to be a Solar System Ambassador for the NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL).

Her duties will be hosting and presenting at various NASA events and other related programs, museums, and camps. For more information about this appointment, visit the NASA Solar System Ambassador website.

Events

Click here to view more information and register for the upcoming Spring 2017 Saturday Camps:

Science Magic Saturday
Grades 4-5: February 4, 2017

Forensic Fun (2 Saturday Series)
Grades 6-8: February 25 & March 4, 2017

Balloon Cars
Grades 3-4: April 1, 2017

Rocket Fuel
Grades 3-4: May 6, 2017

Research

Research

The Andrews Institute is committed to a cycle of teaching and learning in which teachers, students and university faculty learn new
information about best practice in teaching mathematics and science.

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Outreach

Outreach

We reach out to teachers through
professional development workshops, to K-12 students through our student engagements, and to the greater community through
lectures and sponsored events.

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Grants and Gifts

Grants and Gifts

Whether you give to the Andrews Institute through a one-time donation or endowment, we appreciate all of our supporters. Your
generosity allows us to better meet the needs of children and teachers in North Texas.

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