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North Broward Preparatory School Students Win Congressional App Challenge

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Students from North Broward Preparatory School (NBPS) won the 2017 Congressional App Challenge (CAC). Juniors Sam Lewittes andMadelyn Wilson and Sophomore Madison McEwen submitted their app, Get Involved, and represented Florida’s 22nd Congressional District represented by Ted Deutch.

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A Better Catalyst, A Robotic Device to Help Parkinson's Patients, Making Piezoelectrics Sing, and More in the Engineering News Source

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Danforth Center Receives Significant Support From Boeing for Science Education and Outreach

Boeing is providing the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center with a $85,000 grant in support of Green Means Grow, a centerpiece of the Danforth Center’s STEM education and outreach program.

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St. Mary’s College of Maryland a Top 25 Hidden Gem for Women in STEM by CollegeRaptor.com

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St. Mary’s College of Maryland has been listed among the Top 25 Hidden Gems for Women in STEM by CollegeRaptor.com, a higher education planning tool that offers side-by-side comparisons of colleges.

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FAU and Max Planck Society Unveil First-of-its-kind Undergraduate Honors Program

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A new partnership between FAU and MPFI will establish an undergraduate honors program in neuroscience that will be the first of its kind across the globe.

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How a Physics Class Is Changing Student Attitudes for the Better

Michigan State University professors are taking a newer way of teaching a required introductory physics course and making it more meaningful for students who often start out with an unfavorable outlook and think they’ll never use physics later on.

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How the California State University Is Helping Underrepresented Students Become Scientists

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​In 1973, CSUN biology professor MariaElena Zavala, along with a small group of Latinos and Native American scientists, recognized a pressing need in our nation and formed SACNAS – the Society for Advancement of Chicanos & Native Americans in Science. Their goal was clear and straightforward: to increase the numbers of Latinos and Native Americans in the science fields and diversify the nation's scientific workforce.

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California State University, Long Beach to Host 2021 National Conference on Undergraduate Research

The Council on Undergraduate Research has selected California State University, Long Beach as host of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in April 2021. Thousands of student researchers and faculty mentors attend the conference each year.

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Coca-Cola Donates $1.25 Million to Support Kennesaw State Scholarship Program

Kennesaw State University has received a $1.25 million donation from The Coca-Cola Foundation for the creation of a scholarship program supporting first-generation students.

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18 High Schools Throughout New Jersey Participate in First Ever Young Women in Bio Event at Rutgers

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Rutgers University hosted one of the first Young Women in Bio (YWIB) events in New Jersey Oct. 20 at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Approximately 270 high school women from 18 schools throughout New Jersey attended the event to learn about career options for women in biomedical sciences. It was the largest YWIB event ever held in the United States or Canada.







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