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Application for RET

University of Kansas RET ECO-WATER Program Application 

Questions? Contact Prof. Peltier (785-864-2941;

Program Details:

Assessment: A research study is underway to see if this program is effective. Click here to learn more.

To apply: Complete the online application form below. Be prepared to include:

  1. A personal statement addressing why you are interested in participating in this program, what you hope to learn or gain, how this program will impact your classroom(s), and any additional information that you want to share with the reviewers. Allowed file types: pdf, doc, docx (~1 page).
  2. Letter of Reference: Ask a colleague who knows you well (such as your Principal) to write a letter of recommendation for you and then email it to: 

Professor Edward Peltier

What grade(s) and class(es) will you teach in the coming year?
Select your top 3 research topics. If you have no preference, select "all of the above". We will do our best to match you with a project that relates to your interests if you are selected to participate in the program.
Please address the following questions: Why are you interested in participating in this program? What do you hope to learn or gain from this program? How will this program impact your classroom(s)? Is there any additional information that the reviewers should be award of? If you participated in our past KU RET program (known as RET:SHIFT), describe why you want to participate again and what you hope to gain.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
Enter the name, email address and phone number of the person who will supply a letter of reference for you. This person should be a colleague, principal or comparable authority who knows you well that can describe your teaching practices and how you might benefit from participating in this program. Please ask the reference to directly email the letter to Claudia Bode,
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