The MJ Murdock Charitable Trust makes $19,000 grants for high school science teachers to do research in university labs for two summers. We are hosting a virtual meet and greet for both researchers and high school science teachers to learn about the program. The program’s vision is to give teachers an authentic research experience doing innovative science in a lab to ultimately influence classroom practices—helping to facilitate more hands-on research to inspire learning and spark innovation. In addition to the $13,000 stipend paid to the teacher, there is funding for the scientist-mentor to attend the annual conference in San Diego in January of each year, and $3,000 to support the purchasing of supplies needed for the research project.
Monday, October 11, 2021 at 4pm
- Zoom recording
- Murdock Partners in Science webpage
- Here is a link for researchers who would like to share information about themselves and their research on our Partners in Science website.
- WSU Foundation Relation Office
Since 1990, the program has funded over 500 partnerships, 32 from Washington State University. Come learn more about this opportunity and meet high school science teachers interested in a partnership. For more information, please go to our website and/or contact Kim Newman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Director for the MJ Murdock Charitable Trust,
and Partners in Science WSU mentors