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Total Lunar Eclipse: Sunday, May 15, 2022
posted on 10:22 AM, May 12, 2022
In the Twin Cities, the eclipse begins at 8:32 pm CDT on May 15 and ends 1:50 am CDT on May 16. 2022. The maximum will occur at 11:11 pm CDT.
Virtual Seminars from Advanced Science Exploratory Program
posted on 6:07 PM, May 6, 2022
Seminars - Video Games in Brain Science, and Career Forum
Minnesota Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Winner - Brian Hare
posted on 8:42 AM, May 4, 2022
Congratulations to Brian Hare, sixth grade physical science teacher at E-STEM Middle School in Woodbury, MN, who was announced as the 2020 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching winner for Minnesota.
Author Robin Wall Kimmerer in conversation with Dakota author of The Seed Keeper, Diane Wilson.
posted on 1:06 PM, April 25, 2022
Join us for a talk featuring Robin Wall Kimmerer, New York Times bestselling author of "Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants".
Astronomy Lectures at Gustavus
posted on 9:01 AM, April 22, 2022
Dr. Alex Filippenko will present two talks: Dark Energy and the Runaway Universe, and Type Ia Supernovae and the Accelerating Universe.
Celebrate Earth Day with PBS
posted on 10:24 AM, April 20, 2022
Check out the videos, activities, and lessons from PBS to learn about climate change and the environment.
Congratulations Dr. Angela Osuji - 2022 ACS Minnesota High School Chemistry Teaching Award Winner
posted on 10:05 AM, April 20, 2022
Congratulations to Washburn High School chemistry teacher, Dr. Angela Osuji, for winning the 2022 American Chemical Society Minnesota High School Chemistry Teaching Award!
Science Teachers as Public Health Educators in a Pandemic: A National Study of K–12 Science Instruction
posted on 10:29 AM, April 12, 2022
This study, conducted by Horizon Research with a grant from the National Science Foundation, will examine the ongoing impacts of COVID on teachers’ science instruction more than 2 years into the pandemic. Additionally, the study will investigate the impacts of the pandemic on teachers themselves (e.g., workload, physical/mental wellness, job satisfaction).
Science and Engineering in Preschool Through Elementary Grades: The Brilliance of Children and the Strengths of Educators
posted on 10:16 AM, April 12, 2022
"Science and Engineering in Preschool through Elementary Grades" provides evidence-based guidance on effective approaches to preschool through elementary science and engineering instruction that supports the success of all students.
NASA’s citizen science projects
posted on 1:43 PM, April 7, 2022
Involve your students in real science through citizen science projects.
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