.|  BES Education
BES, 2007   Image: Jonathan Walsh
Josh Cogan presents a poster of his work to scientists John Hom and Larry Band Photograph: Jonathan Walsh

 
The third phase of the Baltimore Ecosystem Study (BES III), Long-Term Ecological Research project builds on 13 years of experience in establishing and refining a platform for integrated urban ecological and social research, education, and outreach. The BES education team consists of partnerships and collaborations with organizations like the US Forest Service, the Parks & People Foundation (PPF), UMBC's Center for Urban Environmental Education and Research (CUERE) and other research and education centers throughout the United States.
 
BES Education strives for a seamless interplay between our research into teaching, learning and information flow; our programs; and our collaborations among scientists, managers, policy makers, educators, students and the public. Sustainability and adaptive processes are both a topical focus and an outcome for our work. We seek to understand how schools and other information systems adapt to global change and rising societal interest in sustainability.
 
To answer your questions about BES education and to find out how you can be part of our work visit:
 
Who is in the BES education community?People
What are we learning about the education landscape?Education Research
What’s available for high school students, undergraduates & graduate students?Opportunities for Students
What’s offered for teachers?Opportunities for Educators
What’s new for my classroom?Resources for Educators
What reports, papers, and materials are available?Products
Who can I contact?Contacts