Complete the Survey on Climate Change Education

The M traffic circle located on Campus Drive of the UMD campus
Thursday, May 3, 2018

Our University and other schools within the University System of Maryland (USM) have been selected for a survey to assess interest, knowledge, and opinions related to climate change education. Regardless of your knowledge about climate change, your valuable insights can help inform curriculum development on this topic within the USM. A report of aggregated survey results for our institution will be made available and may help guide curriculum development.

All undergraduate students and faculty are invited to respond, regardless of major/discipline, level of knowledge, or interest in the topic. If you wish to complete the survey, please visit the following link by May 20th:

go.umd.edu/3ue

At the end of the survey, respondents will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for one of many $25.00 Amazon gift cards that will be given away at the conclusion of the study. Faculty will also have the opportunity to share or receive information about teaching on the topic of climate change.

This study was approved by the Salisbury University Institutional Review Board and documented with the UMCP IRB for campus dissemination with permission from the Office of the Provost. It is funded by a National Science Foundation sub-award (SA07523937 PO47027) through MADE CLEAR (Maryland and Delaware Climate Change Education Assessment and Research). Questions may be directed to Dr. Karl Maier (BML@salisbury.edu). This message and associated survey content may be protected by Federal Copyright and other applicable Federal and State laws and may not in any way be copied or used for other than its intended application, or distributed in any way beyond the intended recipients of USM student and faculty members.

 

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