Montana Technological University’s Institute for Educational Opportunities (IEO) and the Clark Fork Watershed Education Program (CFWEP) have received an additional allocation of $1 Million in funding. The Upper Clark Fork River Basic (UCFRB) Advisory Council and the Upper Clark Fork River Basin Trustee Restoration Council (TRC) voted to move forward with a proposed funding amendment. …
Christine O’Shea, 2nd grade teacher from Bozeman, MT and Chris Pavlovich, 5th grade teachers from Livingston, MT are both finalists for the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching (PAEMST).
The CFWEP 2020 Annual Report is available for you to view and download!
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Mary Kay was a true mentor. Thank you for all that you have given to our program.
Our solution was to design a virtual curriculum that could adapt to the changing conditions in place because of the pandemic.
CFWEP is very grateful to the 11 donors who helped us raise $1065 during Montana Tech's Day One fundraiser challenge. Thank you!!!
Each year, we typically host a fundraiser in the first week of November. However, with the current COVID-19 pandemic, CFWEP has decided to take our fundraising efforts in a new direction. Fundraising efforts go to things that our grant funds do not cover, such as teacher stipends, food for teachers during our workshops, supplies for …
In June, amidst the 2020 COVID pandemic, CFWEP had the privilege of hosting an immersive research academy for 12 teachers from around Montana.
CFWEP, along with our campus and community partners, will deliver a comprehensive, two-year program for teachers within rural, Superfund-affected communities of western Montana. We will provide authentic summer environmental research experiences for students in targeted school districts.