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Evolutionary Medicine part of Evolutionary Medicine
Terry R. McGuire, Professor, Dept. of Genetics, Rutgers University. Piscataway NJ 08854 Evolutionary Medicine focuses on many shared traits that leave all members of a species vulnerable to a disease. Humans are ...
Computer Ethics part of Computer Ethics
Who Created the Course? Professor Terrell Ward Bynum Director, Research Center on Computing & Society Department of Philosophy Southern Connecticut State University New Haven, CT 06515 USA Telephone: ...
The Mathematics of Communication: Keeping Secrets part of The Mathematics of Communication
Stephen J. Greenfield, Department of Mathematics, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey Abstract For thousands of years, people have tried to communicate secretly and securely. ...
Washington Symposium Speakers to Address Communication, the New Standards, Science and Human Rights: Deadline to Register is March 6 part of Newsletter Articles
The annual National Center for Science and Civic Engagement (NCSCE) Washington Symposium and Capitol Hill Poster Session brings together educators, students, community members, and policy leaders to discuss the connection of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics course content to civic issues and implications of public policy on curricula; as well as to recognize campus work and consider new initiatives.
Pollinators: A Case Study in Systems Thinking and Sustainability part of Pollinators: A Case Study in Systems Thinking and Sustainability
Susan H. Cusato, Department of Science Education and Environmental Studies; Suzanne Huminski, Department of Science Education and Environmental Studies, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, ...
Challenging Work, Briefly Stated SSI 2006 Teams and Their Goals part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, June 2006, Volume 5, Issue Brenau University hopes to consult with other participants on their continuing progress in developing new courses for their general education curriculum, ...
SENCER Model of the Month: Computer Ethics part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, September 2006, Volume 6, Issue 1 Terrell Ward Bynum, Southern Connecticut State University Computer Ethics, taught by Professor Terrell Ward Bynum at Southern Connecticut State University, is ...
Nanotechnology: Content and Context part of Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology: Content and Context (Anthropology 235/Chemistry 235) as taught by Christopher Kelty and Kristen Kulinowski at Rice University Abstract Nanotechnology (NT) research has been the beneficiary of a ...
NCSCE Grants 15 Implementation Awards to Support Projects that Advance Education and Civic Engagement part of Newsletter Articles
The National Center for Science & Civic Engagement is awarding fifteen SENCER Summer Institute 2015 Post-Institute Implementation Awards that promote education reform at the course, campus, and regional level, connect STEM to humanities disciplines such as music, literacy, and the classics, and engage students in content and the community. The awards sponsor projects that bridge the gaps between disciplines, restructure and revitalize standard laboratory courses, and extend the SENCER Ideals to K-12 educators and pre-service teachers. Project themes include sustainability, geosciences, public health, systems thinking, and media outreach. We are also pleased to note that this year's awarded projects are all led by women, a traditionally underrepresented population among STEM educators and professionals.