Sign up for Updates

We’ve made some changes to ATEEC.org. If you notice any issues or errors with the site, please submit to webmaster.

Environmental Program Capacity Building Summit for Tribal and Pacific Rim Faculty: Report

Report on the results of an NSF-funded faculty development workshop to promote collaboration to strengthen education programs at tribal colleges by providing program improvement technical assistance.


Provides professional development presentations for indigenous college instructors, including:
  • STEM resources
  • Water quality curriculum resources
  • Lessons learned and preferred learning styles for Native American students
  • Benefits of DACUM process
  • Case studies of developing STEM programs and workforce development at Tribal and Pacific Rim institutions
  • Recruitment, training, placement, and retention program efforts
  • Best practices in environmental and energy technology education at Tribal Colleges
Enhances individual instructors’ program improvement efforts

Results of mini-DACUM to identify:
  • Emerging topics in environmental health and safety, and natural resources fields,
  • Curriculum gaps in the identified emerging topics and address possible solutions, and
  • Overarching theme for potential Indigenous Fellows Institutes
PDF file

Author(s):
National Partnership for Environmental Technology Education, ME


Click here to download the file.


Where noted, the content is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.