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Diane Ebert-May NSF-funded Workshops Help Young Researchers Teach Science
Released February 6, 2009
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education graphic UW Tackles Neglected Realm of Training for Science Professors
Released November 27, 2008
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education graphic NSF Grant to Launch Undergrads From Case Western Reserve Into Math and Science Teaching
Released October 31, 2008
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single-electron device chip Materials Researchers Create Breakthroughs in Single-electron Device Fabrication
Released October 10, 2008
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Photo of student doing math. All Students Proficient on State Tests by 2014?
Released September 25, 2008
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student doing math Most Elementary Schools in California Will Fail to Meet Proficiency Requirements by 2014
Released September 25, 2008
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education graphic Esche, Chassapis Awarded $500K by NSF for 'Virtual Environments for Collaborative Learning'
Released September 2, 2008
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two women doing research Online Help for STEM Faculty
Released May 28, 2008
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Photo of a middle-school student describing a mathematical image on a screen. Closing the Achievement Gap in Math and Science
Released May 1, 2008
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Pencil drawings of science concepts Picture This: Explaining Science Through Drawings
Released April 10, 2008
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White House exterior Beginning Scientists Receive Presidential Awards
Released November 1, 2007
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Teacher helps student with science experiment. Cultivating Math and Science Teachers for High-need School Districts
Released October 19, 2007
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Updated October 3, 2007
education graphic Woods Hole Research Center to Lead Undergraduate Initiative in the Siberian Arctic
Released October 2, 2007
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student looks into microscope Program Provides Blueprint for Recruiting Minorities to Science and Engineering
Released September 26, 2007
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photo portrait of physicist Albert Einstein Einstein Fellows Begin Year at National Science Foundation
Released September 7, 2007
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12th-grade physics students work with teacher. Student Results Show Benefits of Math and Science Partnerships
Released July 18, 2007
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Brittney Perry participates in an undergraduate research program. Students Benefit from Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Released May 2, 2007
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Generic News Image National Science Foundation and Department of Homeland Security Partner to Address Nuclear Threats
Released February 20, 2007
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The MSP program is dedicated to improving teachers' knowledge about how students learn. National Science Foundation Issues Impact Report on Math and Science Partnership Program
Released January 26, 2007
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The latest K-12 math and science data show steady increases in proficiency. NSF's Math and Science Partnerships Demonstrate Continued Increases in Student Proficiency
Released January 24, 2007
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2006 in Review 2006: Year in Review
Released January 9, 2007
Teacher-researchers study how students think intuitively about difficult mathematics problems. Online Journal Combines Teaching Math and Studying How Students Learn
Released December 11, 2006
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ATE Centers Impact 2006-2007 report cover showing examples of people working with technology. Advanced Technological Education Program Brings Two-Year Colleges and Industry Together to Educate New Workforce
Released November 21, 2006
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NSF's Math and Science Partnership program shows increased student proficiency. NSF's Math and Science Partnerships Make the Grade
Released February 9, 2006
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The Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education. Community Service Engineers Receive 2005 Gordon Prize
Released April 25, 2005
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Generic News Image National Science Digital Library Creates "New Pathways"
Released October 7, 2004
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Generic News Image NSF Names Eight Distinguished Teaching Scholars
Released May 24, 2004
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Generic News Image Conference to Highlight Innovative Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education
Released April 13, 2004
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Generic News Image NSF Puts Priority on Attracting and Educating a Skilled, Diverse Science and Engineering Workforce
Released February 16, 2004
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