Here are some news stories that feature EHR programs and activities.
Biotech Leader Inspires Students at Emerging Researchers Conference  Women and minority researchers still struggle against bias, but they can overcome some obstacles with the help of good mentors, said pioneering molecular biologist Lydia Villa-Komaroff.
New AAAS Resources Support Undergraduate STEM Education Reform  A widely attended webinar series and a new book encourage research-based insights into how to improve undergraduate STEM education.
2014 AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize Winners Announced  The 2014 winners include engaging stories of citizen science, the ethical implications of technological breakthroughs and the working lives of researchers.
AAAS Science Books & Film Publishes 2013 Holiday Gift Guide  The SB&F holiday guide is a roundup of the books reviewed in 2013 that the magazine staff found especially engaging and gift-worthy.
AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows Wrap up a Summer of Reporting  After spending 10 weeks as working for media outlets including the Chicago Tribune, Scientific American, NOVA and Wired, the 39th class of the AAAS Mass Media Fellows returned to AAAS to celebrate and reflect on their experiences.
Summer Program Offers Hands-on Science Fun for D.C. Area Students  In 2013, AAAS coordinated Science in the Summer  classes to serve 1,000 children at 30 locations across the greater Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area, including Northern Virginia, and at multiple Maryland sites, encompassing the city of Baltimore as well as Anne Arundel, Baltimore, and Talbot counties.
SB&F and Subaru Donate 200 Books to Indiana School Subaru of America, Inc.  Columbus Zone office has partnered with AAAS's SB&F  staff to give 200 new science books to a public school in Indianapolis, IN as part of the SubaruLovesScience  campaign.
Science NetLinks Wins AASL Best Website Award Science NetLinks , AAAS's free site for science education resources, has been named one of 2013's Best Websites for Teaching & Learning  by the American Association of School Librarians.
Next Generation Science Standards Represent a New Approach, Malcom Tells Noyce Scholars  The Next Generation Science Standards benefit from advances in cognitive science, increased capacity in education, and support from the business community, according to Shirley Malcom, AAAS Education and Human Resources director.
AAAS Egg Diversity Exhibit Debuts at the 2009 White House Easter Egg Roll  AAAS was asked to contribute a science-focused activity in support of the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama to serve some 30,000 guests.