Project Updates

  • STEM education geared toward next generation of teachers
    | News, Project Update

    MORGANTOWN – One West Virginia University program is on a mission to train the state’s next generation of science, technology, engineering and math teachers. Those teachers in turn will energize a new legion of grade and high school students to… [More]

  • BRIC: High School Students Become Citizen Scientists
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    BRIC is a unique pipeline program from Montana Tech, in which high school students engage in an authentic 3-day phage discovery project. If any phages are discovered, the student researcher names the phage and enters the new-to-science information at the website,… [More]

  • Involving Students in Public Health Research
    | News, Project Update

    SFHI Summary and Topics Since June 2016, the UCSF Science & Health Education Partnership has been working with San Francisco Unified High School students on a public health research project that leverages students’ cultural knowledge as they take on the… [More]

  • PI Update: STEMM Success with PiPES!
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    We recently began Year 4 of PiPES and are excited for the new school year. Years 1–3 were a great success. We served over 1,500 tenth graders through our multi-week in-school curriculum on postsecondary education and STEMM (science, technology, engineering,… [More]

  • It’s a Real Game Changer
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    This month, Juli Rose, NIGMS’s Biomedical Beat contributor, posted an in-depth article about the SEPA-funded Hexacago Health Academy (HHA) at The University of Chicago. HHA engages high school students in learning about and addressing major health issues through game play,… [More]

  • What is More Powerful than the Focus of a Trained Athlete?
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    What is more powerful than the focus of a trained athlete? STEM learning. What is one of the fastest growing fields in the sciences? Biotechnology. Boston University’s SEPA project, “CityLab and Urban Squash: A New Pathway to Achieve STEM Success”, seeks… [More]

  • Chemicals, Poisons, and Toxicants, Oh My!
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    Does drinking calcium-fortified orange juice help counteract exposure to lead? Which provides more protection from chemicals in food, whole foods or supplements? How might we find out? The Fighting With Food: Battling Chemical Toxicity with Good Nutrition project offers a wealth… [More]

  • It’s Elementary, Watson!
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    With funds provided by the Science Education Partnership Award scientists at Georgia State University (GSU) have created DNA is Elementary, a set of learning modules developed to teach children in grades K–5 about classical and molecular genetics. In our modules… [More]

  • Genetics: Creating High School Teacher Stakeholders
    | News, Project Update

    The Teacher Center Website is an expansion of the Inside Cancer project. An online educator resource, the website is but one part of a six-part dissemination strategy for teaching the genetics of cancer. The site allows high school science and… [More]

  • Bump Up Your Knowledge of Genetics!
    | News, Project Update

    The educator specialists at the University of Utah’s Genetic Science Learning Center offers a wide variety of inquiry-based curricula, with activities and support for teaching genetics and genomics. GSLC now offers two websites, one with activities organized by topic for… [More]