In-Service Credit for Science Teachers

We offer in-service credit for a range of presentations in the earth sciences, astronomy and physics appropriate for science teachers. Many of these presentations are by SUNY faculty discussing recent advances in the sciences. If your school requires that you have a program consisting of a sequence of educational opportunities in order to receive in-service credit, please advise them of the following opportunities for Science Teachers.

Geology Open Night consists of one-hour presentations on Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m. once a month during the academic year for a total of six evenings, three in the Fall and three in the Spring. The programs are on the web at http://www.geo.sunysb.edu/openight/index.html.  One hour of in-service credit for each event.

Astronomy Open Night consists of one-hour presentations on Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m. once a month during the academic year for a total of Eight evenings,  four in the Fall and three in the Spring. The programs are on the web at http://sbast3.ess.sunysb.edu/openight/calendar.html  One hour of in-service credit for each event.

The Worlds of Physics consists of one-hour presentations on Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m.once a month during the academic year for a total of six evenings, three in the fall and three in the spring. The programs are on the web at  http://insti.physics.sunysb.edu/Physics/worlds.html. One hour of in-service credit for each event.

Our Environment consists of one-hour presentations on Sunday evenings at 7 p.m. once a month during the Spring Semester for a total of four evenings. The programs are on the web at http://www.geo.sunysb.edu/our-environment/   One hour of in-service credit for each event.

The Living World consists of one-hour presentations on Friday evening  at 7:30 p.m.once a month during the academic year for a total of 7 evenings, four in the fall and four in the Spring. The programs are on the web at http://life.bio.sunysb.edu/marinebio/livingworld One hour of in-service credit for each event.

There are usually two Long Island Geology Field Trips investigating geologic relations pertinent to understanding the geology of Long Island and geological processes: one in the fall and one in the spring. The programs are on the web at  http://www.geo.sunysb.edu/lig/ Up to 7.5 hours of in-service credit for each event.

Conference on the Geology of Long Island and Metropolitan New York -- This is an all day event consisting of oral and poster presentations on research relevant to a better understanding of the geology of Long Island and Metropolitan New York. The programs are on the web at http://www.geo.sunysb.edu/lig/  7.5 hours of in-service credit for each event.