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Civic Issues - PAIS
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Submit a Proposal for Teach Food: A SENCER Workshop part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER's Midwest Center for Innovation and Wisconsin Campus Compact are pleased to co-sponsor a Midwest Regional SENCER meeting, Teach Food: A SENCER Workshop.
SENCER Leadership Fellow Requests Materials on Asthma part of Newsletter Articles
In an open letter to SENCER community members, Leadership Fellow Donyel Williams encourages colleagues to work together to compile resources on given topics of interest in general.
SENCER Leaders Present at Campus Compact Meeting part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER Project PI, David Burns, and SENCER Senior Associate, Garon Smith, were invited speakers at Campus Compact's semi-annual network meeting held in Portland, OR, Jan 11-14. The pair introduced the gathered state Campus Compact directors and national office staff to the SENCER Project.
NCSCE Awards Grants to Initiate Great Lakes Clusters part of Newsletter Articles
The Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship through Education Network (GLISTEN), recently funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service's Learn and Serve Program, has made its first awards to support Cluster activity in Great Lakes states.
NCUR to Pilot Dual Poster Award Program part of Newsletter Articles
The coordinators of this year's National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at the University of Montana are initiating a dual poster award to encourage students to convey an understanding of the real-world applications of their research.
TWU's Cynthia Maguire Chosen as President-Elect of Native Plant Society of Texas part of Newsletter Articles
Texas Woman's University Department of Chemistry and Physics faculty member Cynthia Maguire recently was chosen as the president-elect of the Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT).
David Asai to Deliver Keynote at Washington Symposium part of Newsletter Articles
David Asai, Director of the Precollege and Undergraduate Science Education Programs for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, will offer his thoughts about the challenges of implementation of the Scientific Foundations for Future Physicians report.
Washington Symposium Participants Represent Diverse Interests, Applications part of Newsletter Articles
The 2010 Washington Symposium and Capitol Session will host nearly 100 faculty, administrators, and students for the three day event.
Noyce Foundation to Support Student Attendance part of Newsletter Articles
Generous support from the Noyce Foundation has enabled NCSCE to offer scholarships for student attendance at the Washington Symposium and Capitol Hill Poster Session.
Science Friday Producer to Join Washington Symposium Program part of Newsletter Articles
In this special issue of the SENCER eNews, we are pleased to announce that Flora Lichtman of Science Friday will speak at our upcoming Washington Symposium and Capitol Hill Poster Session.