USC Societally Relevant Engineering Technologies-Research Experience for Teachers (SRET-RET) program
The University of Southern California’s (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering (VSoE) and Rossier School of Education (RSoE) have partnered with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and other neighboring urban school districts to develop an integrated engineering professional development program targeting K-12 educators in response to the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Teachers (RET) Site Competition. The resulting USC Societally Relevant Engineering Technologies-Research Experience for Teachers (SRET-RET) program is a collaborative research-based professional development effort that combines the science, engineering, technological, and pedagogical expertise of USC faculty with urban inner-city educators in 6-12th grade science classrooms in Urban School Districts.
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July 2nd - August 3rd
M-F: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Follow up school year program (TBD)
Summer experience: $3,200 plus additional honoraria for fall and spring curricular follow up.