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GLIN==> Great Lakes Student Summit Reminder



Posted on behalf of Lauren Makeyenko <laurenm@greatlakesed.org>

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**REMINDER**

Due to an overwhelming early response, only a limited number of registration
slots are still available for the Fourth Biennial Great Lakes Student
Summit.  If you are interested in registering, or know a group that is,
please contact us as soon as possible.

CONTACT:  Jill Spisiak  716.858.8846

>From May 9-11, 2001, Western New York will once again welcome hundreds of
students and their teachers from states and provinces around the Great Lakes
basin to the fourth biennial Great Lakes Student Summit
http://www.greatlakesed.org/2001summit.htm .  Students in grades 5-9 will
come together to showcase their own research projects, participate in field
trips and attend workshops relating to Great Lakes issues.

The Great Lakes Student Summit is being sponsored by the County of Erie, the
Center for Great Lakes Environmental Education and the Erie County
Environmental Education Institute, in cooperation with New York Sea
Grant-Great Lakes Program-University at Buffalo, Great Lakes
Center-Buffalo State College, and the Erie County Soil and Water
Conservation District.  A sliding fee scale begins at $135 registration for
students ($165 Canadian) and $150 for teachers ($200 Canadian).  The fee
includes registration, two nights lodging, meals, workshops and field trips.

To receive a registration form contact:  Jill Spisiak, Summit Coordinator at
716.858.8846, e-mail at SPISIAKJ@bflo.co.erie.ny.us, or write Great Lakes
Student Summit, 95 Franklin Street, Room 1077, Buffalo, NY 14202.



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