Scientists Making A Difference

Author: Robert J. Sternberg
Editor: Cambridge University Press
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This book presents the most important contributions to modern psychological science and explains how the contributions came to be.

Making A Difference College And Graduate Guide

Author: Miriam H. Weinstein
Editor: Sageworks Press
ISBN: 9780963461841
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Making A Difference College Guide

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1994 Making A Difference College Guide

Author: Miriam Weinstein
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The best crowd-pleasing recipes from widely acclaimed country inns and bed and breakfasts in the United States are collected in this unique cookbook and travel guide. Includes over 500 inns and more than 1,700 recipes from every state.

Easy And Interesting Science Experiments

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Making A Difference In Academic Life

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About Being T Here And Making A Difference

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High Quality Planting Stock Has Research Made A Difference

Author: F. S. P. Ng
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Thirty years of research on planting stock in Malaysia, covering the period of a FAO/UNDP pine project, an enrichment planting effort with dipterocarps in natural forests, and a compensatory plantation project with fast-growing trees, had minimal effect on the course of events. The pine project and the enrichment planting project were both given up after about 15 years of effort and the compensatory plantation project is likely to end in the same way. The interface between research and application was more complicated than what managers and scientists were prepared for and the benefits of research were seldom realized.

Speaking Of Science Fiction

Author: Paul Walker
Editor: Frank Dietz
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Sourcebook For Science Supervisors

Author: Gerry M. Madrazo
Editor: National Science Teachers Assn
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Science News

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Science Scientists And Public Policy

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International Social Science Journal

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Sociology Of Health Care In Canada

Author: B. Singh Bolaria
Editor: Harcourt Brace
ISBN: 9780774730785
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Science News Letter

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Glencoe Life Science

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Making Science Fair

Author: Robert Leslie Fisher
Editor: University Press of Amer
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American prosperity and military superiority cannot be maintained with the current shortage of scientists with advanced degrees. How we arrived at this crisis-the embedding of scientific research at male-dominated universities-is less important than what we do to redress it. Approximately ten percent of full professors in the S.T.E.M. disciplines in the United States, and four percent of full professors in physics and engineering, are women, one of the lowest rates among highly developed nations. Top scientists with African-American, Latino, or American Indian ancestry are barely represented. Ultimately, the solution to this gender imbalance is to recruit more native-born women and underrepresented minorities for senior positions in American science. First, we need to attract more women and minorities to pursue advanced degrees. Equally important are new tools to evaluate scientists throughout their careers to replace the unreliable simple count of publications. It merely measures the number of collaborators of a scientist, where men have an overwhelming advantage. Drawing primarily on the literature in program evaluation, the author presents two proposed metrics that would more accurately represent the research contributions of women scholars.

Mbl Science

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New Scientist

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How To Make Your Science Project Scientific

Author: Thomas Moorman
Editor: Atheneum Books
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Discusses the basic principles of the scientific method and the various types of experiments to which it may be applied.