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Survey on Teaching Evolutionary Biology Launched part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, July 2007, Volume 6, Issue 10 Mike Klymkowsky of the Bioliteracy Project at the University of Colorado, Boulder has set up a website and survey in the hopes of collecting and analyzing ...
Report from New York: Partnerships for Increasing Conservation Literacy and Engagement part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER E-Newsletter, December 2007, Volume 7, Issue 2 Michael J. Foster, Chanda Bennet, Brian Weeks, Ana Luz Porzecanski - Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History and Trace ...
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 ...
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 ...
SSI 2013 Opening Plenary Speaker to Address Complexities of Scientific Communication and Cultural Cognition part of Newsletter Articles
Dan Kahan, the Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology at Yale Law School, will join us at Santa Clara University to deliver the SSI 2013 opening plenary address.
2014 Public Policy Symposium at SENCER Summer Institute Will Address the Public Understanding of Science part of Newsletter Articles
Since scientific consensus alone does not seem to be either persuasive to the public or dispositive to policy makers, how science and scientific evidence are communicated must be re-strategized, especially in light of what we know about the beliefs and dispositions of specific audiences.