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Career of the Month: Astrophysicist
The Science Teacher, Apr 13 $0.99
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This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue describes an astrophysicist's schooling and job.
This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue describes an astrophysicist's schooling and job.
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Grade Level: High School

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Career of the Month: Nutritional Biochemist
The Science Teacher, Mar 13 $0.99
This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue talks about being a nutritional biochemist.
This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue talks about being a nutritional biochemist.
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Grade Level: High School

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Research and Teaching: Journey to the End of the Earth: Academic and Professional Benefits for Students Participating in a Field-Based Research Program in Antarctica
Journal of College Science Teaching , Mar 13 $0.99
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This article reports outcomes that individuals experienced through participation in International Polar Year—Research and Educational Opportunities in Antarctica for Minorities as related to their career and educational aspirations.
This article reports outcomes that individuals experienced through participation in International Polar Year—Research and Educational Opportunities in Antarctica for Minorities as related to their career and educational aspirations.
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Grade Level: College

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An Inquiry-Based Approach to Teaching the Spherical Earth Model to Preservice Teachers Using the Global Positioning System
Journal of College Science Teaching , Mar 13 $0.99
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This article describes an inquiry-based lesson to deepen preservice teachers' understanding of the spherical Earth model using the Global Positioning System.
This article describes an inquiry-based lesson to deepen preservice teachers' understanding of the spherical Earth model using the Global Positioning System.
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Grade Level: College

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In Pursuit of Sustainable STEM Certification Programs
Journal of College Science Teaching , Mar 13 $0.99
This article investigates the impact of a unique prescholarship internship available to freshman and sophomore science majors who are exploring the possibility of becoming secondary STEM teachers.
This article investigates the impact of a unique prescholarship internship available to freshman and sophomore science majors who are exploring the possibility of becoming secondary STEM teachers.
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Grade Level: College

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The Mayo Innovation Scholars Program: Undergraduates Explore the Science and Economics of Medical Innovations
Journal of College Science Teaching , Mar 13 $0.99
This article discusses the Mayo Innovation Scholars Program, which introduces undergraduates to technology transfer in biomedical sciences by having teams of students from multiple disciplines analyze inventions in development at the Mayo Clinic.
This article discusses the Mayo Innovation Scholars Program, which introduces undergraduates to technology transfer in biomedical sciences by having teams of students from multiple disciplines analyze inventions in development at the Mayo Clinic.
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Grade Level: College

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Career of the Month: Materials Engineer
The Science Teacher, Feb 13 $0.99
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This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue describes the career path of a materials engineer.
This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue describes the career path of a materials engineer.
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Grade Level: High School

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On the Shoulders of Sir Isaac Newton and Arthur Storer
The Science Teacher, Feb 13 $0.99
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Today we can engage in the same types of scientific thinking, discussions, and observations of the heavens that Newton and his friend did over 300 years ago.
Today we can engage in the same types of scientific thinking, discussions, and observations of the heavens that Newton and his friend did over 300 years ago.
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Grade Level: High School

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Career of the Month: Aerospace Engineer
The Science Teacher, Jan 13 $0.99
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This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue shares the duties and schooling of an aerospace engineer.
This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue shares the duties and schooling of an aerospace engineer.
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Grade Level: High School

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Career of the Month: Forensic Anthropologist
The Science Teacher, Dec 12 $0.99
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This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue discusses the work of a forensic anthropologist.
This column shares interviews with professionals using science in the workplace. This month’s issue discusses the work of a forensic anthropologist.
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Grade Level: High School