Science Summer Institutes For Teachers

The following eight (8) Science Summer Institutes will each be offered on a four (4) day schedule from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. each day at either Molloy's Rockville Centre campus located at 1000 Hempstead Avenue, Rockville Centre or at its Suffolk Center campus located at 7180 Republic Airport in East Farmingdale. Each Institute can either be taken on a non-credit for $495 for 2 in-service credits. or for 3 graduate credits for $900. Please note that students enrolled in these Institutes on an in-service basis cannot opt to take these Institutes for graduate credit once an Institute has begun. For Application and Registration Instructions please click here. Molloy graduate students should consult their graduate advisor. Click on the titles below for Institute descriptions and faculty bios:

(June 27- June 30)
   Stem Activities for the Math and Science Classroom: Instructor: JoAnn Miltenberg; RVC Campus
   Successful Science Fair Projects and Fun Science Competitions: for Grades K-12: Instructor: Paul Zaratin; Suffolk Campus
   Teaching Various Concepts in Terrestrial Ecology: Instructor: William Behrens; Suffolk Campus
   Vocabulary in the Science Classroom: Instructor: Melissa Torre; Suffolk Campus

(July 5 - 8)
   Teaching Green Institute for High School Students: Understanding LI Water Conservation: Instructor: Eric Powers; Suffolk Campus
   Teaching Green Institute for Middle School Students: Instructor: Paul Zaratin; Suffolk Campus

(July 11 - 14)
   Strategies for Teaching Astronomy in Grades K - 12: Instructor: Paul Zaratin; Suffolk Campus
   The Evolution of Erath and Life: Instructor: William Behrens; Suffolk Campus

• (July 18 - 21)
   Authentic Lab Creation and Modifications: Instructor: William Behrens; Suffolk Campus
   Embracing Technology in the Earth Science Classroom: Instructor: Melissa Torre; Suffolk Campus

(July 25 - 28)
   Exploring North East Geologic History for Grades K-12: Instructor: Paul Zaratin; Suffolk Campus

• (August 1 - 4 )
   Presenting Biodiversity for Grades K-12: Instructor: Paul Zaratin; Suffolk Campus

• (August 8 - 11)
   Teaching Long Island's Marine Ecology: Facts and Stretegies for Grades K-12: Instructor: Paul Zaratin; Suffolk Campus

 If you have questions, please contact Louis Cino at: lcino@molloy.edu or call 516 323.3549.