Students dip their toes into coastal science at Younger Lagoon

It’s a glorious spring day at Younger Lagoon Reserve, and Laura Chain is suited up and ready to go. Clad in black waders — voluminous rubber pants with boots attached, held up by suspenders — she steps gingerly into the yellow-green water. “It’s a little weird getting in because I don’t know where I’m putting … Read more

The City as Campus: Pratt Students Learn at NYC’s Cultural Destinations

New York City is home to many leading museums and galleries and each year Pratt Institute students explore these institutions as an extension of their studies on campus. With art, architecture, science, history, and more in these spaces, there are various opportunities to better understand the world and how to engage creatively with it. The … Read more

Geology Students and Prof Publish in Scientific Reports

Geology professor Erik Gulbranson Gustavus Adolphus College geology professor Erik Gulbranson, alumnus Aiden Dahlseid ’21, and current student Morgan Mellum ’23 recently partnered to author a new peer-reviewed journal article that was published in Scientific Reports on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Scientific Reportswhich is affiliated with Natureis the sixth-most cited peer-reviewed journal in the world. … Read more

Bayou Land Conservancy to provide LSC-Tomball students opportunity to learn from nature

Students of Lone Star College-Tomball will soon get a hands-on opportunity to explore the natural world outside the physical classroom, thanks to a partnership between the campus and the Bayou Land Conservancy. The BLC has agreed to build an outdoor classroom and to make other improvements to the 117-acre Arrowood preserve, an ecologically diverse tract, … Read more

Beaverton students awarded at international science competition

Three Beaverton students won awards at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair, including a Westview junior who took home one of the top honors. BEAVERTON, Ore. – Three Beaverton teens received big honors at the world’s largest international science competition for high school students. More than 1,700 teenagers from around the world made it … Read more

MSU animal science students compete in first national dairy cattle judging contest of 2022

Seven students traveled to Utah to compete at the Western National Spring Show. Seven Michigan State University (MSU) students from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) recently traveled to Richmond, Utah to compete in the first national dairy cattle judging contest of 2022. The Western Spring National Holstein Show was held May 19-20 … Read more

The lasting consequences of school shootings on the students who survive them

Credit: CC0 Public Domain. As the US reels from another school shooting, much of the public discussion has centered on the lives lost: 19 children and two adults. Indeed, the massacre at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas is the second deadliest such incident on record, after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in … Read more

Data | Pandemic impact: Marked decline in Maths, Science scores among rural, SC/ST students

Analysis of the marks scored by school students in India for the NAS examinations shows that the impact of the pandemic was more pronounced among rural and SC / ST students Analysis of the marks scored by school students in India for the NAS examinations shows that the impact of the pandemic was more pronounced … Read more

Gadsden State reports all-time high in dual enrollment students

Gadsden State Community College marked an all-time high for its dual enrollment program over the past two years, according to a news release from the college. Since 2020, GSCC has seen a 57% increase, which helps contribute to the more than 15% increase in high school students participating in dual enrollment across the state, according … Read more

Students urged to pursue science as a career option

A four-day workshop on science for school students, conducted by the Rajiv Gandhi Center for Biotechnology (RGCB) in association with the Kerala Chapter of Vijnana Bharati (Swadeshi Science Movement), concluded here Friday with experts exhorting the young minds to pursue science as a career option and give wings to their talents in frontier areas, including … Read more