Piping Plovers: A Natural Phenomenon

Virtual Training Workshop for Educators of Grades 6-12
Saturday, November 13, 2021 | 8:45-10:45am CST

Join us for a virtual professional development workshop to dive into the natural phenomenon of the nesting pair of endangered piping plovers at Montrose Beach, a shoreline habitat on Lake Michigan. You will gain a richer understanding of Great Lakes biodiversity and ecosystem dynamics by exploring what happens when these complex interactions are disrupted by humans. The Center for Great Lakes Literacy is providing a $250 stipend for full participation in this virtual workshop. Registration deadline is November 8th! 

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Teacher Shipboard Science Workshop

Watch cgll.org in early 2022 for information about our shipboard science opportunity on Lake Superior next summer.

group of people pose in front of a large boat called the Research Vessel Lake Guardian



The IISG Summer Internship program is closed. Please check back in February 2022 for new opportunities.

collage of IISG interns