FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Lauren Pulte 202-429-6875 firstname.lastname@example.org The Science Coalition Honors Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) for Commitment to Maintaining America’s Leadership in Scientific Research Washington, DC, October 8, 2014 –The Science Coalition today presented Senator Chris Coons with its Champion of Science Award in recognition of his strong commitment to funding the basic research that keeps the United States and the state of Delaware at the forefront of scientific and medical discovery and technological innovation.
What: NEXT GEN TEACHER LEADER CELEBRATION & OPEN HOUSE
Who: DSFME, Labware, DE Science Coalition, DuPont, & Depart. Of Education
When: May 10th 2017 4:30pm-7:30pm
Where: Collette Building, 35 Commerce Way, Dover, DE 19904
Why: Showcasing achievements of teachers and educators in through Next Gen Science implementation in the classrooms throughout Delaware!
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Sussex Academy biology teacher Jennifer Couch was recently awarded a grant from the Delaware BioScience Association.
The grant, in the amount of $847, will fund the purchase of materials needed for a microbial fuel cell project for her 10th-grade biology class.
The project is a six-step process that includes summer field work, a research paper, lab work, data analysis and a final notebook and presentation.
How can we help prepare young people fortheir future? Without a crystal ball, it’s hard to say exactly, but we can make a few educated guesses. One fact experts share is that more and more jobs will require either a college degree or professional certification. The rapid advancement of technology dictates that career-focused education is more critical now than ever before.
SCPAB to present award-winning scientist Bill Nye at the Bob
The Student Centers Programming Advisory Board (SCPAB) at the University of Delaware will present award-winning scientist, author and television personality Bill Nye at 8 p.m., Tuesday, March 21, at the Bob Carpenter Center.
The event will be held as a moderated discussion. Students will have the opportunity to submit questions to Nye and have them answered at the event.
Doors will open at 7 p.m.