21st Annual New Jersey
Earth Science Teachers
UNION, N.J. – The 21st New Jersey Earth Science Teachers Association (NJESTA) will hold its 21st annual conference on Saturday, March 20, at Kean University’s Downs Hall, 1000 Morris Avenue, Union, N.J.
Sponsored by the Center for Earth System Education at Kean University and NJESTA, the conference will begin at 9 a.m. and feature keynote speaker Col. Rick Fuentes, a 1978 alumnus of the Earth Science Department at Kean and superintendent of the New Jersey State Police, who will discuss the role schools play in the safety of students with regard to natural and man-made events.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear presentations on subjects such as glaciation in New Jersey, coastal hazard management, the New Jersey Highlands, astronomy programs, and earth-science activities and programs. Participants may earn between one and three continuing-education credits for attending the conference.
Registration for NJESTA members is $20 before March 7 and $30 for members
who register on or after March 8. Non-members may register for $30, and
the fee for students is $10. Registration fees include one-year membership
to NJESTA, morning refreshments and all conference materials. For more
information or to register, contact Mark Worobetz at (973) 600-6082 or