Tiny Earth has partnered with over 600 instructors around the world that support 14,000+ 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!
In this student-focused group, Tiny Earthlings may provide a voice for their class in network wide resources, curriculum, and activities and act as a liaison to the network for their Tiny Earth section! Additionally, students can connect with Tiny Earth students from different institutions and collaborate to advise and lead new Tiny Earth activities. Join us this semester for discussions on antibiotic discovery, inclusive learning, and leveraging the Tiny Earth research experience.
Fall 2022 Schedule
This group meets every other Tuesday at 5:00-6:00pm ET/4:00-5:00pm CT. To receive meeting links, updates, announcements, sign-up here!
- Nov 8 — Tiny Earth World Antibiotic Awareness Week Workshop
- Nov 15 — Tiny Earth Research – Peer Review & Feedback
More about the Tiny Earth Student Group…
Want to get involved in our leadership team to help plan meetings and workshops? Email us! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and stay tuned for leadership role applications.
What types of activities does the Tiny Earth Student Group have to offer?
- Engage in peer discussions on antibiotic discovery and provide support and feedback for student presentations
- Formulate, implement, and engage peers in AJEDI (antiracist, justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion) curriculum and social action within and beyond the STEM field
- Plan student-focused activities for your classroom and Tiny Earth symposia
- Organize local Tiny Earth related events for your community
- Get involved and promote Tiny Earth social media campaigns for social change
- Advocate for student needs in curriculum materials & other student resources
What can you leverage the Tiny Earth Student Group?
- Network with students from 517 Tiny Earth institutions across the globe
- Gain communication and leadership skills through collaboration
- Showcase your involvement and dedication to STEM education
- Connect directly with Tiny Earth partners for learning & career opportunities
- Support and advocate for underrepresented students in STEM
How can instructors help?
- Promote the Tiny Earth Student Group in your classroom & encourage students to participate!
- Add the Tiny Earth Student Webpage to your syllabus resources: https://tinyearth.wisc.edu/students/
- Delegate a dedicated student to be their class’s Student Group Lead Liaison
- Interested in learning more? Email email@example.com