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Coal in the Heart of Appalachian Life part of Coal in the Heart of Appalachian Life
Coal in the Heart of Appalachian Life Andreas Baur, Assistant Professor of Chemistry; Judy Byers, Abelina Suarez Professor of English, Director of West Virginia Folklife Center; Galen Hansen, Professor of Physics; ...
Chemistry & Ethnicity: Uranium and American Indians part of Chemistry & Ethnicity: Uranium and American Indians
Chemistry & Ethnicity: Uranium and American Indians Catherine Middlecamp, Department of Chemistry, and Omie Baldwin, University Health Services, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin Abstract In ...
Science outreach - Public Understanding of Science part of Science outreach - Public Understanding of Science
Hannah Alexander, Adjunct Associate Professor, Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211 Public Understanding of Science is an interactive course that aims to train students to ...
Freedom and Engineering For All part of Newsletter Articles
The September issue of Mechanical Engineering magazine featured an article, "Freedom and Engineering For All," that considers the implications for engineering concerning international standards for human rights, specifically those laid out by the United Nations General Assembly.
Applying Scientific Method and Technology to Human Rights part of Newsletter Articles
Since the 1980s, efforts to use scientific methods and innovative applications of technology for human rights purposes have expanded.
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?
New Issue of Journal Now Available part of Newsletter Articles
We are pleased to announce the Winter 2013 issue of Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal. This issue continues our mission of publishing articles that share innovations, insights, and assessment results with an international community of educators.
Northland College Students and Faculty Assess Pre-mining Environmental Baselines part of Newsletter Articles
Quietly, in order to ensure that the decision-making and environmental impact determination processes are based on sound science, students and faculty from Northland College in Ashland have been gathering baseline data on local water and air quality both in and around the reservation, in partnership with citizen science efforts of the non-profit Bad River Watershed Association.
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.