The Research Experience for Teachers at Notre Dame is a program of summer research projects for high school teachers of the Michiana region. The projects will be directed by faculty members from several academic departments in the Colleges of Engineering and Science at Notre Dame. Participating teachers will be encouraged to create new curricular modules for use in their classrooms.
Program lengths vary from four to eight weeks and participants receive a stipend and three non-degree graduate credit hours. Stipend amounts are determined by the length of the program and the number of hours required in the lab or classroom per week.
Read an article from Tim Williamson, a 2012 energyRET participant, called Calculating Pi Using the Monte Carlo Method.