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SCI-Midwest Symposium Highlights part of Newsletter Articles
Roosevelt University hosted the March 8, 2014 SCI-Midwest symposium, which focused on "Teaching College Science and Math Through Themes of Food, Health and Sustainability Themes."

Riverland Community College to host "Making STEM Real" Symposium June 16-17 part of Newsletter Articles
With funds provided though its SSI 2013 Post-Institute Implementation Award, the Riverland Community College SENCER team will be hosting a symposium on their campus in Austin, Minnesota on June 16 and 17.

Twenty Poster Presentations Selected for SSI 2014 part of Newsletter Articles
SSI 2014 participants were invited to submit posters showcasing the work they are doing in their institutions to advance the SENCER Ideals ("SENCER Ideals" link: http://www.sencer.net/About/sencerideals.cfm). Poster proposals were reviewed and selected through a competitive application process.

What You Need to Know About the Evidence on Evidence part of Newsletter Articles
No one understands the importance of evidence more than scientists, but how well do scientists understand evidence itself? Three presenters during Sunday's program at the 2014 Washington Symposium addressed the complexities and applications of evidence in cultural, political, and educational contexts.

Connecting the Dots: Science, Education, and Human Rights part of Newsletter Articles
If you ask people on the street "What are human rights?" you're likely to get more than a few "I don't know" responses. During our recent Washington Symposium, Jessica Wyndham, the associate director of the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights & Law Program, delivered a plenary address that helped attendees understand human rights, the laws protecting them, and how they are impacted by science and education.

Engaging Mathematics Presents Invited Poster at Largest Math Meeting in the World part of Newsletter Articles
The Engaging Mathematics initiative was invited to the Joint Mathematics Meetings 2015 to participate in a poster session for projects supported by the National Science Foundation's Division of Undergraduate Education. Initiative partners Dr. Lynn Gieger (Oglethorpe University), Dr. Rikki Wagstrom (Metropolitan State University), and Rikki's math education student Jodin Morey also gave individual talks during the meeting.

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 ...

An Emerging Model: Slow Food part of Slow Food
Marion Field Fass, Sc.D., Professor of Biology and Chair, Health and Society, Beloit College (Curriculum Vitae (Acrobat (PDF) 149kB Jul15 08) Abstract Slow Food is one of the First Year Initiative (FYI) Seminars ...

Sustainability & Human Health: A Learning Community part of Sustainability & Human Health
Wagner College taught by Donald Stearns and Kim Worthy Abstract Designed for non-science majors, this learning community considers the impact of humans on the environment, with emphasis on the major environmental ...

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.