NebraskaSCIENCE Newsletter - January 2015

Register online now for Women in Science Conference

Tracy Bohaboj, Duncan AviationEPSCoR and the Center for Science, Mathematics and Computer Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will sponsor the 17th annual Women in Science Conference, Feb. 13-14, at the Holiday Inn Downtown Lincoln. Teachers are welcome to register and bring up to four female high school students. Continue reading…

Pedersen’s longtime service honored by ASTE

Jon PedersenThe Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) has selected Jon Pedersen, associate dean for research in the College of Education and Human Sciences, for its Outstanding Longtime Service Award. Pedersen received the award at the ASTE Annual Conference in Portland, Ore., on Jan. 10. Continue reading…

Climate program begins Jan. 15

Climate MastersClimate Masters of Nebraska, a program at UNL's School of Natural Resources, will offer its third course for community volunteers starting Jan. 15. Participants will learn ways to act locally to save money, protect the environment and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Continue reading…

Originally published January 13, 2015 - Submit an Item