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"Well, I Thought I Might Learn Something:" Going Beyond the Limits of Science part of Backgrounders
Byron McCane - Wofford College About the author September 2009 Summary I'd like for us to give some thoughtful consideration to the fact that in every "complex, capacious, and unsolved problem of civic ...

Byron McCane part of Backgrounders
Wofford College Byron R. McCane is Albert C. Outler Professor of Religion and chair of the department of religion at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC, where he teaches courses on ancient religions, the Bible, ...

"Well, I Thought I Might Learn Something:" Going Beyond the Limits of Science part of Backgrounders
Byron McCane - Wofford College About the author September 2009 Summary I'd like for us to give some thoughtful consideration to the fact that in every "complex, capacious, and unsolved problem of civic ...

DonnaJean Fredeen part of Backgrounders
Southern Connecticut State University DonnaJean Fredeen is dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Southern Connecticut State University. She earned her B.A. in chemistry from McMurry College and doctorate in ...

Diffusion of SENCER: Leading Change on Campus part of Backgrounders
DonnaJean Fredeen - Southern Connecticut State University About the author September 2009 Summary We chose the academy as our profession because of our commitment to the furthering and creation of knowledge. We ...

New Grant Project to Engage 3,500 Students in Great Lakes Stewardship part of Newsletter Articles
The National Center for Science and Civic Engagement is the recent recipient of an award from the Corporation for National and Community Service's Learn and Serve America higher education program. Over a three year period, NCSCE anticipates involving up to 3,500 undergraduate students in coursework incorporating Great Lakes stewardship activities through the Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship through Education Network (GLISTEN).

Backgrounder on Leading Campus Change Published in Digital Library part of Newsletter Articles
'Diffusion of SENCER: Leading Change on Campus' is an account of one urban university's implementation of the SENCER approach to a large-scale general education reform.

SSI Alumni Keynotes MTSU Event part of Newsletter Articles
Dr. Autumn Marshall of the Lipscomb University SENCER team was the keynote speaker at the 2009 Chocolate Challenge hosted by the Women In Science and Engineering students at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU).

NCSCE Elects Six Educators to Leadership Fellows Program part of Newsletter Articles
Six alumni of the SENCER project who have extensive experience working with the program on a local or national level were recently elected to the SENCER Leadership Fellows Program following application review and recommendation by the National Fellowship Board.

NCSCE, SENCER Alumni Receive Funding From Corporation part of Newsletter Articles
The National Center for Science and Civic Engagement has been awarded continued funding from the Corporation for National and Community Service for GLISTEN, the Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship Through Education Network.