The Laboratory Robotics Interest Group www.lrig.org was founded in the early 1990’s with a mission to promote professional growth and to educate members in both basic and leading edge technologies associated with laboratory automation and informatics.
Up to $2000 will be awarded to those science teachers in secondary schools throughout New England
who best meet the criteria below. The objective of these grants is to provide funds to expand project-
based activities in laboratory education settings.
Applicants must be school teachers in New England, teaching in grades 8-12.
Each applicant is required to submit a complete proposal outlined below.
Agreement to present a summary of a successful project at a LRIG-NE meeting
Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:
The degree of scientific and technology concepts introduced
The perceived ability of the program to enhance students learning of scientific and technical concepts
The breadth of the student population impacted
Quality and thoughtfulness of the written proposal
Submit completed proposals to Marsha Paul via email or mail at:
LRIG-NE Education Grant
20 Josiah Drive Upton, MA 01568