Welcome to the national UTeach alumni network!
National UTeach Alumni Network

Welcome to the National UTeach Alumni Network

Congratulations on completing a UTeach program! Whether you're a recent grad or seasoned teacher, you might not know that you're a member of a national group of more than 1,100 UTeach alumni from 34 universities nationwide. Graduates of UTeach programs are projected to teach approximately one million students by 2015!

The UTeach Institute is launching a new initiative to support UTeach math and science teachers across the country. Get involved today!

Connect with UTeach Alumni on Facebook and Twitter

Like the new UTeach Alumni Facebook page and follow @UTeachAlumni on Twitter to connect with your fellow UTeach grads and teachers from across the country. Learn about news from other alumni, upcoming events, and resources. Share your own success stories and challenges as well.

Answer a Survey - Win an iPad!

In January the UTeach Institute will send you a UTeach Alumni Survey. Your participation in the survey helps us to report on the impact UTeach graduates are having in science and math classrooms.

By completing the survey, you'll be entered in a drawing for a free iPad. Look for the survey email to hit your inbox in mid-January.

What's in a Name?

We need a name for this new national UTeach alumni network. Send us your ideas for a name that captures the spirit and personality of UTeach alumni by Dec. 15. We'll put the best ideas up for a vote among the group this winter.

2013 UTeach Conference: Save the Date

Plan to attend the 2013 UTeach Institute Conference, May 21-23, in Austin, Texas, to share ideas and experiences with other UTeach alumni, establish new partnerships, and discuss future STEM education initiatives.
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Michael Ralph, UKanTeach '09

Meet Michael Ralph, UKanTeach '09

Michael Ralph completed a B.S. in biology at the University of Kansas in 2009 and graduated with a minor in Biology Teaching through the UKanTeach program. He teaches biology and AP biology at Olathe East High School in the Kansas City area. Michael co-wrote a new, inquiry-based high school biology curriculum, called Biology Rocks, which was successfully implemented as a pilot program in 2009-2010.

Check out Michael's UTeach Talk (and more from other UTeach alumni) from the 2012 UTeach Institute - NMSI Annual Conference.

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