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Introductory Statistics with Community-Based Projects part of Statistics with Community-Based Projects
Cindy Kaus, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Metropolitan State University By incorporating semester long community-based projects into an introductory statistics course, Metropolitan State University aims to ...
Seven New Models Added to SENCER Digital Library part of Newsletter Articles
The most recent additions to the SENCER Digital Library are the seven courses and programs selected to be part of the SENCER Model Series during the summer of 2008. The diverse group of resources includes international collaborations, single courses, and course clusters, and focuses on issues such as sleep, HIV/AIDS, food, and pregnancy.
Chemistry and the Environment part of Chemistry and the Environment
Amy Shachter, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Santa Clara University Chemistry and the Environment uses environmental problems facing the campus and surrounding community, such as air and water quality or ...
Human Genetics part of Human Genetics
Kim Finer, Department of Biological Sciences, Kent State University - Stark Campus, Canton, Ohio This course is organized around this key question: How will advances in Human Genetics, particularly data generated ...
GLISTEN Undergraduate Stewardship Liaisons Train on Historic Gibralter Island part of Newsletter Articles
From June 7-8, the USLs received intensive training, developed in partnership with the Institute for Conservation Leadership, to begin building that bridge.
Professor Gary Booth of Brigham Young University and The Core Interdisciplinary Team from the United States Military Academy Honored with the 2014 William E. Bennett Awards for Extraordinary Contributions to Citizen Science part of Newsletter Articles
Gary Booth, professor of plant and wildlife science at Brigham Young University, and The Core Interdisciplinary Team from the United States Military Academy at West Point have been selected as this year's recipients of the William E. Bennett Award for Extraordinary Contributions to Citizen Science.
Spanning the Gulf Between the Public and Science: Undergraduates as Bridges in the Scholarship of Engagement part of Backgrounders
Glenn Clayton Odenbrett - National Center for Science and Civic Engagement Summary Based on experiences of campus-community partnerships fostered by the GLISTEN (the Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship Through ...
Discovery Science (SCI 100) part of Discovery Science
Dr. Kathleen M. Browne, Department of Geological, Environmental, and Marine Sciences, Rider University The Discovery Science course, paired with a liberal arts course, guides liberal arts students without a ...
Life Science in Context: Sub-Saharan Africa and HIV/AIDS part of Sub-Sahara Africa & HIV/AIDS
John A. Mecham, Department of Biological Sciences, Meredith College Erica Kosal, Department of Biology, North Carolina Wesleyan College Dr. Pearl Fernades, Department of Biology, University of South Carolina ...