Cooperative Developmental Energy Program
Fort Valley State University
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Laetoli Trackway Puzzle part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Pan-African Approaches to Teaching Geoscience:Activities
Using the Laetoli Footprints, students will explore how scientists use current patterns to understand the past. Students will answer the questions: What do the footprints tell us? How do scientists find that out? ...
An exercise on EARTH MATERIALS: Geology, Chemistry and Sustainability of MINERAL COMMODITIES part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Putting Sustainability into Action workshop:Activities
Purpose: 1. To introduce students to identify minerals in hand specimen using physical properties of minerals. 2. To make students understand and realize geology and chemistry of earth materials used in day to day ...
Fort Valley, GA: A Superfund Site part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Putting Sustainability into Action workshop:Essays
Dr. Aditya Kar, , Fort Valley State University Downloadable version of this essayFort Valley, GA: A Superfund Site A group essay submitted by Daniels, Holmes and Kar, Fort Valley State University (Acrobat (PDF) ...
Conference Presentation (1)
A unique collaborative online blended teaching delivery brings cutting edge climate change science from a large research university (Penn State) to a historically black colleges and university (Fort Valley State). part of Rendezvous 2015:Program:Abstracts
Understanding the science of climate change is of utmost importance for the next generation of students to be competitive in the global job market as they most likely have to deal with sudden and perhaps severe ...