Interdisciplinary Science Education Council

The Interdisciplinary Science Education Council (ISEC) at CMU exists to facilitate quality teacher education programs in Integrated and Earth Science, preparing science teachers to successfully educate K-12 students for the 21st century.

To this end, the Interdisciplinary Science Education Council will design and oversee programs that will:

  • Provide the content knowledge in life, physical, and earth and space sciences necessary to become effective K-12 science teachers.
  • Provide training and practice in designing and implementing effective, engaging, and inquiry-based science lessons.
  • Prepare student to provide a safe laboratory environment in the classroom, including care and use of animals and plants and appropriate use and storage of chemicals.‚Äč

Council members

VERONICA BARONE

CHAIRPERSON

Physics

BRIAN BECKER

FACULTY

Geography & Environmental Studies

WENDY ROBERTSON

FACULTY

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

JANICE HALL TOMASIK

FACULTY

Chemistry & Biochemistry

Integrated science advisors

ANTHONY FEIG

FACULTY

Geography & Environmental Studies

JANICE HALL TOMASIK

FACULTY

Chemistry & Biochemistry

Earth science advisors

ANTHONY FEIG

FACULTY

Geography & Environmental Studies