Welcome to the SENCER resources search page! We encourage you to explore the SENCER models, backgrounders, essays, and campus reports are available through this page. The categories listed on the right hand side of this page will help you narrow the available resources based on your needs and interests.
Civic Issues - PAIS
Results 51 - 60 of 1061 matches
SENCER Book Published, Available on Amazon.com part of Newsletter Articles
Science Education and Civic Engagement: The SENCER Approach is now available in hard cover from Amazon.com.
NSF Awards Grant to Support SENCER-ISE part of Newsletter Articles
The National Center for Science and Civic Engagement at Harrisburg University has just been awarded a one-year grant of $239,260 from the National Science Foundation to hold "SENCER-ISE."
NCSCE Funds Nineteen Projects with Post-Institute Implementation Awards part of Newsletter Articles
The National Center for Science and Civic Engagement will support course redesign and creation, faculty development activities, and assessment projects with SSI 2010 Post-Institute Implementation Awards.
SCI-West Symposium Explores Island Sustainability part of Newsletter Articles
Over 60 faculty, staff and students from 19 institutions participated in a two-day symposium focused on STEM education reform at Kapi'olani Community College, titled "Resources, Energy and Island Sustainability: A STEM Teaching and Research Symposium."
Lumina President to Deliver Opening Plenary Address at Summer Institute part of Newsletter Articles
Long a champion of the idea that higher education enhances both society and individuals, Merisotis has worked for decades to increase educational opportunity among low-income, minority and other historically underrepresented populations.
Bennett Awardees Selected part of Newsletter Articles
This year, we are making two awards, honoring both an individual and a team, diverse in their approach and experience, but alike in the quality of their contributions both to citizen science and to the SENCER community.
Emerging Global and National Issues and the Community: Revealing the Applications of Science part of Newsletter Articles
Sarah Soltis is the 2011 SENCER Summer Intern and will be a senior at Butler University this fall. We plan to feature an essay by Sarah on some aspect of her undergraduate experience, especially in SENCER courses, in each issue of the eNews released this summer.
Special Section on Two-Year Colleges Planned for Summer 2012 Journal Issue part of Newsletter Articles
The editors of Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal are pleased to announce a special section on two-year colleges that will appear in the Summer 2012 issue of the journal.
Work on SENCER Alumni Featured in MAA Publication part of Newsletter Articles
Urmi Ghosh-Dastidar, Liana Tsenova, and Arnavaz Taraporevala have made great strides since New York City College of Technology's first involvement with SENCER a few years ago.
2010 SENCER IMPACT ASSESSMENT SURVEY: Summary of Results part of Newsletter Articles
The survey provided an opportunity to see from the program participant perspective how well SENCER is meeting its core objectives.