Harrison HS Students Win At International Science & Engineering Fair

HARRISON, NY – A trio of young scientists from Harrison used their brilliance to shine an international spotlight on their school. Their research could help protect potential victims of date rape drugs, help us better understand exactly who we are voting for and someday help humans to study Mars in person. The Regeneron International Science … Read more

ULM School of Allied Health teaches students science and soft skills

Tweet tweet button for twitter Published May 18, 2022 The ULM Career Center and ULM School of Allied Health have collaborated to design and implement an innovative, multi-day program to train students in soft skills such as professionalism, networking and communication. The program kicked off with a 3-hour interactive Skills Camp Workshop held on April … Read more

Adams Central science students excel | News

Five students with science fair projects at Adams Central Junior / Senior High School have seen success at multiple levels this year. Last week, three students attended the 2022 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Atlanta. Jenna Cecrle, a junior, Hannah Gengenbach and Irelyn Samuelson, both sophomores, took a pair of projects to the … Read more

Macomb Science Olympiad tests young students at Warren’s MCC campus – Macomb Daily

Some 2,000 budding scientists, engineers and doctors converged at the Macomb Community College South Campus Saturday to compete in the 36th annual Macomb Science Olympiad for elementary students. The competition had a two-year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic. Fifty-nine teams from 50 schools across Macomb and St. Clair counties spent the day competing in … Read more

Growing their own gardens teaches DD2’s special education students food science and life skills | Features

SUMMERVILLE – On a sun-soaked day in April, the students in Robin Heard’s special education class at Sand Hill Elementary School were outside taking care of their garden. Their classroom overlooks the “Sandpiper Seedlings” beds where the students – mostly fourth and fifth graders – gestured to the different vegetables, listing their favorites. Popular choices … Read more

What are the options for students of Cognitive Science?

Each of us carries around the most powerful machine on earth in our heads. Our brain is capable of building monuments that outlast generations, exploring inhabitable space at great distances from our planet, eradicating diseases, destroying thousands of species and making movies about saving the world. The human brain is a fascinating subject of study, … Read more

What are good double majors for computer science students?

The right double major for computer science depends on your interest and goals. A double major in engineering, mathematics, or comparable discipline supplements what you learn in a computer science program by overlapping, reinforcing, and building on what you learn. Double majoring in business introduces new knowledge and skills in topics like marketing, management, and … Read more

Eight Auburn University students, graduates receive National Science Foundation fellowships

Article body Eight current or former Auburn University students have won this year the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, a program designed to help ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the United States. Each fellowship consists of three years of support accessible over a five-year period. For each … Read more

Prominent researchers urge Ottawa to increase scholarships for top science graduates

Marc Johnson, a professor of biology at the University of Toronto, stands beside undergraduate students Keerath Bhachu, left, and Isabella Vessio on May 11.Fred Lum / The Globe and Mail Federal scholarships intended to support some of Canada’s most accomplished graduate students in science have become so devalued by inflation that those who receive them … Read more

First Two Students Complete Food Science’s Brewing Science Certification

Rosa Buescher From left: Jeyam Subbiah, head of the Department of Food Science; Loren Davis; Christopher Stuckey; and Renee Threlfall, a member of the faculty, research scientist, and director of the Certificate of Proficiency in Brewing Science plan. Growing interest in craft beer in the state and across the country led to … Read more