Computational Polar ENgagement through GUided INquiry (Computational PENGUIN) - Team A

The PENGUIN (Polar ENgagement through GUided INquiry) project creates modules that engage students in working actively with polar research in a wide variety of courses. Guided by the instructor, students apply course disciplinary tools to the analysis of real-world polar data, using a computational framework such as a Jupyter Notebook. Liang, Penny and Steven are working to create a physics curriculum for preservice and high school physics educators focused on climate change.

Learn to more about the PENGUIN project and view their current polar science modules for undergraduate classroom.

Participants Involved in This Project

Steven Neshyba in front of a gray background

Steven Neshyba | Educator Fellow

University of Puget Sound | Tacoma, WA
Penny Rowe outside

Penny Rowe | Researcher Fellow

NorthWest Research Associates | Seattle, WA
Liang Zeng outdoors

Liang Zeng | Educator Fellow

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley | Edinburg, TX