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Rice Students Bring Perspectives on Science Issues to Elected Officials part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, March 2006, Volume 6, Issue 6 This May, the Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology (CBEN), takes another step in engaging their students in experiential learning in the science ...
SENCER as Science Reforms part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, May 2007, Volume 6, Issue 8 Karen Kashmanian Oates - Co-PI, SENCER Soon we will be preparing for a new academic year. For many of us this also means preparing to integrate a SENCER initiative ...
Southern Connecticut State University Initiates Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, July 2007, Volume 6, Issue 10 Justin Burner, SENCER Intern On March 16, 2007, the Connecticut State University System's Board of Trustees approved a proposal, prepared by DonnaJean ...
30 Teams Selected to Participate in SSI 2008 part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, April 2008, Volume 7, Issue 6 Thirty teams and 22 individuals representing 51 colleges, universities, and other educational organizations have been invited to attend SSI 2008, which will be ...
Stem Cell Research and Infractions of Integrity part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, January/February 2006, Volume 5, Issue 5 Danielle Kraus, SENCER Project Associate "Dr. Hwang's paper was hailed as a breakthrough, opening the possibility of cures for degenerative ...
Forensic Investigation: Seeking Justice Through Science part of Forensic Investigation: Seeking Justice Through Science
Gregory Miller, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon. In recent years, dozens of individuals have been exonerated of capital crimes and released from life imprisonment, and ...
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.
Science, Human Rights and the Expanding Role of the Private Sector part of Newsletter Articles
What are the implications of this for the significant and increasing role of private companies and institutions in research and development?
Washington Symposium Highlights Campus Achievements, Student Leadership, and New Initiatives part of Newsletter Articles
The overarching Symposium theme of reaching 'a tipping point' in the transformation of STEM education was addressed by Dr. Martin Storksdieck, director of the Board on Science Education, Dr. Mel Schiavelli, executive vice president of Northern Virginia Community College, David Burns, executive director of NCSCE, and presenters across sessions during the program.
Science, Human Rights, and Your Involvement part of Newsletter Articles
It is my hope that this series will serve as a prelude to an ongoing and engaged discussion about our role in overcoming the barriers, creating the applications, testing the value, articulating the benefits and educating the next generation in how to further human rights through science and technology.