Kaneb RET Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What does RET mean?
A: RET stands for Research Experience for Teachers.
Q: What are the RET courses for Summer Session?
|ENER 87001: Research Experience for Teachers in Engineering a More Sustainable Energy Future||
|MATH 68990: Research Education for Teachers - Dynamical Systems in MATLAB||
Q: Who are Kaneb RET students?
A: Notre Dame offers a number of courses for high school teachers during Summer Session. These courses are in the area of science. Teachers conduct research as part of these Kaneb RET courses.
Q: How do I apply and register for an RET course?
A: High School Teachers are invited to apply at http://ret.nd.edu. Once accepted by the Kaneb Center, individuals must complete a traditional non-degree Summer Session application in order to be registered for the appropriate course. The application can be found at: http://summersession.nd.edu/apply_application.html. For detailed instructions on this process for non-Notre Dame students click here.
Q: How does an RET student obtain housing and a meal plan for Summer Session?
A: Housing arrangements are on an individual basis. Information on summer housing and meal plan applications is available on the Summer Session web site (http://summersession.nd.edu/) under the Housing and Meal Plan links.
Q: How many credits do students receive for an RET course?
A: RET courses are typically three credits.
Q: How does a student obtain a parking pass for the summer?
A: Motor vehicle registration is $42.00 for the Summer Session. To obtain parking privileges, students must register vehicles at the Parking Services Office in the Hammes-Mowbray Building immediately upon arrival at Notre Dame. The Parking Office is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Students who arrive outside these hours should obtain a pass from the Main Gate or the East Gate, then park in an assigned student lot and register the vehicle at the earliest opportunity. For further information, please contact Parking Services within the Notre Dame Security Police Office website.
Q: Where can one obtain additional information on the Kaneb RET program?