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Vernier Science Education Inspiration Grants

An Exciting Opportunity for STEM Educators

This grant program recognizes innovative educators who currently engage — or seek to engage — their students through creative implementation of Vernier technology. These educators deliver hands-on, socially relevant STEM education that inspires scientific curiosity and fosters STEM literacy.  Here are the application rules:
  • You must be an educator who is actively teaching at a K–12 or college educational institution in the United States. 
  • You do not need to be a current Vernier customer to apply.
  • You must submit the application questionnaire by 11:59 p.m. PST November 30, 2024. The application questionnaire will become available on September 1, 2024. 
  • Please note: This opportunity is open only to educators who have never received a Vernier grant

Apply for the Vernier Science Education
Inspiration Grants

Each Vernier Science Education Inspiration Grant will include:

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$1,000 in Vernier technology

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A one-year license for our award-winning Vernier Graphical Analysis™ Pro app

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Three hours of virtual professional development

Applications will be reviewed and grants awarded by a panel of educators and Vernier employees. Grantees will be selected based on various factors, including how they currently or plan to engage their students through creative implementation of Vernier technology and the needs of their school. 

The next opportunity to apply will be Fall 2024.

2022 Awardees

Congratulations, educators! The following educators have been awarded a 2022 Vernier Science Education Inspiration Grant. Each grant includes $1,000 in Vernier technology, a one-year license for Vernier Graphical Analysis™ Pro, and 3 hours of virtual professional development. 

  • Jamie Dickinson, Northville Central School, NY
  • Cecelia Gillam, Hahnville High School, LA
  • Robert Hairston, D. M. Therrell High School, GA
  • Jodi Koterba, Simms High School, MT
  • Joshua Kugel, Franklin Learning Center, PA
  • Susan Mumford-Hartley, Hinkley High School, CO
  • Forrest Radarian, Grand Canyon Unified School District, AZ
  • Regine Rosas, STEM Academy of Hollywood, CA
  • Mitch Spear, Penn State Harrisburg, PA
  • Anand Srinivasan, Corinth Holders High School, NC