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Agricultural and Environmental Technologies

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Agriculture and aquaculture (92)
Energy technologies (634)
Environmental technologies (463)
Natural resources (89)

View Resource Agritechnology Curriculum Framework

This material provides a curriculum framework created by the Florida Department of Education for an Agritechnology career preparatory pathway in high school and/or college adult vocational certificate. The framework aligns with the Career Clusters delineated by the U.S. Department of Education. This resource is free to download from ATEEC; users must create a free login to access.

View Resource An International Undergraduate Research Experience in Sustainable Engineering

The University of Pittsburghs Swanson School of Engineering (Pitt) recently launched a new International Research Experience for Students Program (IRES) sponsored by the National Science Foundation in sustainable engineering research. The Pitt IRES program presents an innovative international research experience in sustainable design for a select group of undergraduate engineering students who...

View Resource Combustion and Emissions

A flickering candle lights the way for a scientific investigation. This lesson uses hands-on demonstrations and web-based presentations to explore the science of combustion. Students become environmental experts as they learn about combustion emissions and how they affect human health and the environment. The lesson would be useful for physics and chemistry for grades 7-12 and would take multiple...

View Resource Development of Masters Programs in Sustainable Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology

During the 2006-2007 academic year, a team of faculty from the Kate Gleason College of Engineering developed a proposal for a pair of Masters programs (a Master of Science program and a Master of Engineering proposal) in the field of Sustainable Engineering. Sustainable Engineering has been described as engineering for human development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the...

View Resource Down to Earth Sciences

Experimentation and exploration the way scientists create new knowledge will be adopted as the cornerstone for learning and teaching science in Arizona State University's Down to Earth Science fellow/teacher/student partnership program. The activities are based on a strongly interdisciplinary, multiscalar approach to earth systems science in three important research domains that powerfully...

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