The course will integrate an AJEDI (antiracist, just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive) approach to teaching. The collaboration is generously funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
The Tiny Earth Network and its vision, formed in 2012 and established as we know it in 2018 by founder Dr. Jo Handelsman, has been a challenging and rewarding journey. The Vilas Research Professor and Director of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery has diverse experiences in scientific research, ranging from publications in microbial communications [...]
Dear Tiny Earth Community, You may notice a few new changes on our website. In the last couple of months, Tiny Earth headquarters has been developing and slowly rolling out new features to help improve your experience as you scroll through https://tinyearth.wisc.edu. Our redesign includes a beautiful new logo, created by Wisconsin Institute for [...]
Tiny Earth has partnered with over 600 instructors around the world that support 10,000+ students each year! As our network expands, we are looking ways to connect the Tiny Earth community on a deeper, more engaging level beyond scientific research. In the coming year Tiny Earth will launch a Tiny Earth Student Group to connect Tiny Earth Earthlings from all over the world!
The Chem Hub was established in 2018 and is a main component of the “Science and Discovery” core of Tiny Earth. TECH’s research reaches beyond what can typically be accomplished in a single Tiny Earth course and moves our network closer to discovering the next novel antibiotic.
Tiny Earth would like to take a moment to reflect on the trials of 2021 and highlight the great accomplishments achieved within our network.
Your new one-stop shop for instructor information!
February update from the Tiny Earth Chemistry Hub (TECH)
Tiny Earth leadership, scientists, instructors, and all those in between worked through unprecedented change to cultivate learning and research.
Tiny Earth's global reach and goal of discovering new antibiotics caught the eye of Microsoft. The Seattle-based company provided UW-Green Bay’s Tiny Earth project with an AI for Earth grant that places Microsoft’s cloud and AI tools into the hands of students.