Save the Date | Exploring Energy Innovation in the US Military | A Workshop for STEM Educators (March 26th, 2020 at Camp Lejeune)

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Exploring Energy Innovation in the US Military | A Workshop for STEM Educators*

Thursday March 26th, 2020

09:00- 16:00 (9am-4pm)

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune (Note: Requirements for base access have been known to change; currently either a REAL ID or two forms of government ID is required).

A full day substitute reimbursement will be available.


During this day-long workshop, participants will tour renewable energy and energy efficiency features at Camp Lejeune and learn about current and future technologies that enhance energy security/energy resilience both on military bases and in during military expeditions.  Participants will receive classroom resources and discuss opportunities for classroom integration of workshop content.


*This free professional development opportunity will be open to middle and high school science and technology teachers who address energy in their courses and who are employed by schools in the following counties: Bladen, Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Craven, Duplin, Greene, Johnston, Jones, Lenoir, New Hanover, Onslow, Pamlico, Pender, Sampson, and Wayne counties.


Refreshments and lunch will be provided.


This workshop is sponsored by UNC-Chapel Hill’s Institute for the Environment with funding provided by the Duke Energy Foundation.



Dana Brown Haine, MS (she, her, hers)

Director, NC Energy Literacy Fellows Teacher Professional Development Program

K-12 Science Education Manager | Center for Public Engagement with Science

UNC Institute for the Environment

CB#1105, Chapel Hill, NC 27599

(919) 843-5735

(919) 966-9920 (fax)


UNC Institute for the Environment | @UNC_IE


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