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Agenda Now Available for November 2 SCI-New England Meeting part of Newsletter Articles
The day will be full of workshops introducing participants to SENCER, providing discussions of innovative pedagogies and partnerships including a panel from Campus Compact. In addition, there will be a workshop for administrators on leading change on your campus.

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.

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 ...

NCSCE Grants 25 Implementation Awards for Projects that Reform STEM Education, Increase Community Engagement, and Build Civic Capacity part of Newsletter Articles
NCSCE awarded 25 SSI 2014 Post-Institute Implementation Awards that promote student engagement with STEM education, civic issues, and community outreach. The Implementation Awards, made possible through the National Science Foundation, are designed to support innovative projects that incorporate SENCER Ideals into undergraduate and graduate education. The 2014 awards sponsor projects that make STEM more accessible to women, minorities, and students in small, rural schools; reform institutional core curricula to broaden the scope of central, civic issues; and involve students in community-based research. Project themes include Mars exploration, sustainability and urbanization, stormwater runoff, assisted reproductive technologies, genetically modified organisms, the history and practice of science, and more. Projects were selected following a competitive review process.

New Award Recognizing Exemplary Regional Collaborations Honors Hawai'i Team part of Newsletter Articles
We find ourselves inspired to create a new award program that acknowledges and honors exemplary multi-institutional, regional, or statewide work around compelling civic issues. The first recipient of this new award is a team from Hawai'i. While considering their work, it became clear that their actions and accomplishments seem best suited to be recognized by an honor that acknowledges quality of the inter-institutional collaborations and deep partnerships established to improve the quality of both formal and informal education.

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 ...

The Science of Sleep part of The Science of Sleep
Herve Collin, Department of Math and Science, Kapi'olani Community College Course Learning Goals for Instructors and Students Course Description Kapi'olani Community College's The Science of Sleep ...

HIV/AIDS: The Once and Future Epidemic part of Backgrounders
Richard P. Keeling, MD -Keeling & Associates, Inc. About the Author July 2003 Summary Students, as future leaders, health care workers, money managers, decision- makers, traders, determiners of foreign policy, ...

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 ...

Issues of Health and Society: Weighing In (Obesity) part of Issues of Health and Society - Weighing In (Obesity)
Who Created the Course? Jacob P. Harney, Ph.D. Co-developer of curriculum, coinstructor (attended SSI 2004, 2005). Jacob P. Harney's Profile Page Marissa Cloutier, MS, RD. Co-developer of the curriculum and ...

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