NESTA offers a monthly newsletter, NESTA E-News, which is sent out monthly to members through email. NESTA E-News includes updates from the NESTA President, Executive Director, and Secretary, as well as occasional updates from members of the NESTA Executive Committee and Board. NESTA E-News provides highlights about our upcoming events, news about opportunities for NESTA members (such as classroom resources, professional development opportunities, field conferences and field trips), opportunities for NESTA members to get involved in NESTA, and brief introductions to NESTA leaders.

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Current NESTA E-News

Check our recent issue of E-News (members only) for updates on NESTA activities, events at upcoming conferences, opportunities, new resources, and more! This month's issue includes:
  • Join Us for the NESTA Events at NSTA Chicago
  • Greet Your Colleague's at NESTA's Breakfast Meet-up Thursday, March 12 at NSTA
  • Planets Better Than Earth
  • Earth Educators' Rendezvous 2015
  • New Tracers Can Identify Fracking Fluids
  • The NAGT Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award
  • Nominations are Now Open for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching
  • AIMS Summer Teacher Enhancement Programs
  • SMAP: An Authentic Science Satellite Project for the Classroom
  • GPM: An Authentic Science Satellite Project for the Classroom
  • Asbestos Found in Nevada and Arizona - Roadblock and Potential Health Hazard?
  • International Year of Soils - Soils Support Urban Life
  • Have Something to Share at the NESTA Share-a-Thons in Chicago?
  • JOIDES Resolution in the Classroom
  • Volunteering for NESTA
  • AGU-NESTA Lecture at NSTA Chicago: Abrupt Climate Change
  • USGS Resources to Enhance Your Bag of Tricks"
  • A Profusion of Drought Restrictions with Varying Results