About Us


The resources, opportunities, and reach of the SENCER community.


SENCER publishes resources describing how SENCER is applied on campuses across the country, and scholarship on the use of the SENCER method.

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Our community is made up of professionals, informal and formal educators, and administrators in K-12 and higher education institutions. Our network represents a broad range of disciplines and areas of focus.

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SENCER hosts national and regional events that provide professional development opportunities, disseminate campus work, and allow colleagues to collaborate and connect.

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Attendees of our annual SENCER summer institute are eligible to apply for subawards that support SENCER projects on their campus or with their colleagues.

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Other NCSCE Initiatives

Learn more about the projects that have grown from SENCER.

SENCER-Informal Science Education

SENCER-ISE supports collaborations between formal education (colleges and universities) and informal education (museums, zoos, wildlife centers, etc.) to show students and the public that learning happens everywhere, not just in the classroom.

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Engaging Mathematics

Engaging Mathematics courses make math accessible and relevant to students by showing them how it relates to issues they care about, such as sustainability, racial profiling, social justice, and international ecotourism.

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Science and Civic Engagement Western Network

SCEWestNet is a multi-institutional collaboration that creates an effective community of practice across the expansive 17 states of the western United States to achieve significant, lasting science education reform.

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Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship Through Education Network

Undergraduate students take the lead in improving the health of the Great Lakes through restoration and stewardship activities part of on-campus coursework and in partnership with government and community-based organizations.

Learn More about GLISTEN