SBAR Graduate Fellows
University Student Fellows
Since 2018, the SBAR Education Team has worked with 16 SBAR Fellows. Fellows are graduate students at the University of Arizona or at New Mexico State University in STEM and Education disciplines. SBAR Fellowships provided graduate students with opportunities to develop and/or enhance their science communication and teaching skills. These talented scholars created resources and taught topics that cut across many science, engineering, and education disciplines including but not limited to science learning, agriculture, emerging energy related technologies, climate change, water scarcity issues, agroeconomy, and community economics.
The SBAR Education Team worked with educators and SBAR Graduate Fellows in New Mexico and Arizona. Educators were selected to participate in a year-long partnership with a science or education graduate student who worked in their classroom and supported the development and implementation of lessons related to SBAR, focusing on arid lands, agriculture, bioeconomies and sustainability.
View our current and past SBAR Graduate Fellows. Our SBAR Fellows and Education staff look forward to supporting classroom teachers and other educators by bringing these exciting SBAR research and topics to your educational spaces.