The University of Montana’s School of Public and Community Health Sciences is announcing the 2019 REACH Program Summer Teacher’s Workshop. The REACH Program provides students the opportunity to learn about the scientific process by doing science. Using the overarching themes of particulate air pollution and cardiovascular health, teachers will have access to instruments and curriculum activities as well mentoring by university research professionals allowing their students to design and implement a scientific investigation. Students will then have the opportunity to communicate their science research findings before their peers at the annual Environmental Health Science Symposium held on the University of Montana campus. In addition to the science research opportunities for their students, teachers will have access to ongoing professional development through workshops, video conferences, and campus visits. See the attached flyer for workshop details and registration information. If you have questions, you can email Brett Taylor, the REACH Program education coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.