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Civic Issues - PAIS
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Undergraduate Biochemistry Through Public Health Issues part of Undergraduate Biochemistry Through Public Health Issues
Dr. Matt Fisher, Associate Professor, Chemistry, St. Vincent College This model consists of the two semester biochemistry sequence for science majors, which serves to prepare students to go on to health profession ...
Featured GLISTEN Cluster: Western Lake Superior part of Newsletter Articles
Five Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship through Education Network (GLISTEN) Collaborative Clusters have begun their GLISTEN activities, including integration of Great Lakes issues into STEM courses and collaborations with community partners.
Fisher Serves as Distinguished Lecturer for MTSU part of Newsletter Articles
Matt Fisher, Senior Fellow for the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement, spent three days on the Middle Tennessee State University campus as the spring 2010 Distinguished Lecturer.
Journal Site Redesigned to Include Comment Space and Advanced Search part of Newsletter Articles
The Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal editorial team recently launched a redesigned website at www.seceij.net, following a year of discussion, experimentation, and review.
Audio Files, Photographs, and Posters added to Washington Symposium Page part of Newsletter Articles
NCSCE's recent Washington Symposium and Capitol Hill Poster Session hosted more than 100 educators, students, and administrators with diverse experiences and expertise, but similar enthusiasm for the work they are conducting on campus.
The Synergy of SENCER and NCUR part of Newsletter Articles
The National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) provide students a unique opportunity to present their research at a national venue where numerous disciplines are present and this is especially valuable for research work that probes civic issues.
SENCER Leaders Speak at Master Educators' Guild part of Newsletter Articles
The purpose of the Spring Symposium was to consider and discuss principles identified in the AAMC-HHMI panel report and to examine a model of science education that already may be effectively addressing them, i.e. SENCER.
Butler University Accepts Bennett Award at Washington Symposium part of Newsletter Articles
Joseph Kirsch, professor of chemistry at Butler University, accepted the William E. Bennett Award for Extraordinary Contributions to Citizen Science on behalf of his team members on April 20th during the Capitol Hill Poster Session.
Learn about the Merit-Based Immersion Project for Students and Teachers (MIST) part of Newsletter Articles
The Merit Immersion for Students and Teachers (MIST) initiative focuses on recruiting and retaining students in biology, chemistry, and mathematics at the University of Illinois.
Submit a Proposal for Teach Food: A SENCER Workshop part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER's Midwest Center for Innovation and Wisconsin Campus Compact are pleased to co-sponsor a Midwest Regional SENCER meeting, Teach Food: A SENCER Workshop.