News from SCI-Southwest Democracy, Civic Engagement and Student Learning On Friday, February 1, the SENCER Center of Innovation Southwest (SCI-SW) and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Texas Woman’s University (TWU) hosted the Fourth Annual SCI-SW SENCER Regional Symposium in the Ann Stuart Science Complex. The theme of this year’s symposium aimed to link […]
Science, Ethics, and Norms are in the news…here are some recent articles with important implications for the education of all students, including future scientists. Recent events raise critical civic questions that lend themselves to SENCER approaches.
A multi-year study by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine emphasizes the importance of creative trans-disciplinary collaborations: Integration of the Humanities and Arts with Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Higher Education: Branches From the Same Tree
This October 5-6 the new venture Success 4 Higher Education (S4HE.com) teamed with the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement (www.ncsce.net) to present the first Values-Based Academic Leadership Institute at Broward College. 38 campus leaders from institutions across the United States, as well as one international campus, spent two days developing conceptual and practical foundations for their important […]