Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
- The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation's National Leadership Program for Teachers offers month-long summer institutes for teachers in several disciplines to review recent research and methods and develop lesson plans for national dissemination.
- The foundation chooses 50 teachers to receive all expenses paid fellowships. The fellowships include accommodations at Princeton University to attend the month-long institute and a $1,200 stipend.
- High school biology teachers with at least three years' experience. Applications are judged on academic background, interesting personal career development, interest and experience in curriculum development, and evidence of leadership ability.
- This summer's High School Biology Institute focuses on the study of biotechnology from the perspective of evolution. Teachers will study how evolutionary thinking provides context for understanding biological phenomena at many levels of organization including molecular, cellular, organismal, and ecosystem.
- Nancy Arnold, Director of Core Institutes, National Leadership Program for Teachers, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 5 Vaughn Dr., Suite 300, Princeton, NJ 08540-6313, (800) 899-9963 or (609)452-7007.
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