The Climate Change Research Center engages in educational activities ranging from graduate level instruction to non-formal outreach at science centers.
Listed below is an overview of each area of concentration, along with related links and contact information.
CCRC faculty teach a number of graduate level courses in the areas of climate
change and atmospheric sciences, in a ddition to serving as committee members for a number of
interdisciplinary degrees. We also serve as advisors and for a large number of both Master's and Ph. D. candidates. Please visit our
funding opportunities page to learn more about our offerings.
CCRC faculty and staff are active in K–12 curriculum development through in–class support, on–line lesson guides, and teacher training. We are
also collaborators in UNH's Transforming Earth System Science Education
(TESSE) initiative—a program that supports both pre–service and in–service teachers.|
Contact: Erik Froburg
We have been active in developing outreach materials, primarily in the form of inter–active displays, for locations such as UNH's Dimond Library,
the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire, and the Exeter Hospital in Exeter, New Hampshire.|
Contact: Cameron Wake