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Update from David Burns


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New SENCER Models Engage Students in Fieldwork and Research


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New Journal Articles Address Embedding Authentic Research Opportunities in Undergraduate Courses, Informal STEM Education, Service-Learning for Pre-Service Teachers


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Katayoun Chamany Receives 2017 Bennett Award


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SENCER, Science, and Democracy – A Convergence of Ideals


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NCSCE Receives Keck Foundation Grant to Connect Science and Indigenous Knowledge in Tackling Civic Issues


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SCI-South Hosts Regional Meeting for K-12 Educators


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SENCER Co-Founder and SSI 2017 Plenary Speaker Karen Oates Featured in American Scientist Magazine


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SSI 2017 Plenary Profile: Elyse Eidman-Aadahl


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Save the Date: Values-based Academic Leadership: A Retreat For Agents of Institutional Change and Transformation, September 15-16, 2017


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