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Civic Issues - PAIS
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Tenth Summer Institute Highlights Community, Looks to New Initiatives part of Newsletter Articles
SENCER welcomed nearly 300 invited participants and facilitators to the 2010 SENCER Summer Institute at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
Summer Issue of Journal Released part of Newsletter Articles
We are pleased announce the publication of the Sumer 2010 issue of Science and Civic Engagement: An International Journal, which can be accessed at the journal website, www.seceij.net.
Student Reflections on the Summer Institute part of Newsletter Articles
This is the last in this summer's SENCER from a Student's Perspective series, written by Shanna Dell. We plan to continue to feature pieces by students and about incorporating student development in course and project design in the coming year.
GLISTEN Awards Planning Grants part of Newsletter Articles
Earlier this spring, the GLISTEN (Great Lakes Stewardship Through Education Network) project awarded five planning grants to facilitate meetings of faculty, students, and administrators from two- and four- year institutions with members of their communities to discuss ways to increase Great Lakes stewardship in their respective regions.
SENCER from a Student's Perspective part of Newsletter Articles
This piece is the third in our Student's Perspective series, related by SENCER summer intern and recent Beloit College graduate Shanna Dell.
Washington Symposium to Feature Speakers from US Department of Education and Science Friday part of Newsletter Articles
Michael Lach, special assistant at the U.S. Department o Education, will deliver the closing plenary. Flora Lichtman, multimedia editor for Talk of the Nation: Science Friday on National Public Radio, will speak on the second day of the Symposium.
New Leadership Fellows Elected part of Newsletter Articles
The winter 2010 class of Leadership Fellows includes SENCER alumni who already have deep experience implementing projects on campus and will use their fellowships to focus on topics such as nutrition, student leadership, and environmental health.
Winter Issue of Journal Now Online part of Newsletter Articles
The latest issue of Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal contains an interesting collection of articles that demonstrate how civic issues can be used to enhance science learning.
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."