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  • When the White House announced its plan last spring to reorganize and consolidate federal education programs, it raised concerns about the impact on efforts to better prepare undergraduate students for the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers that are critical to solving...
  • Maya Inamura is an Associate in Education and Human Resources Programs at AAAS. She creates content and runs programs for the K-12 education website Science NetLinks and for the review journal Science Books & Films . In 2013 she received a bachelor’s degree from Columbia University in human...
  • It’s Our Garden: From Seeds to Harvest in a School Garden (Candlewick Press, 2013), written and photographed by George Ancona, follows a New Mexico elementary school’s vegetable garden and its gardeners through the seasons. It is a refreshing, charming book that is sure to delight almost anyone...
  • Join SB&F, the AAAS review journal of science resources for all ages, as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. Visit SB&F at booth #413 to find out how you can support our efforts to share great science books with schools. Help us celebrate our anniversary with cake and book giveaways on...
  • 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...
  • As part of the AAAS Annual Meeting, EHR and Minority Women in Science (MWIS), a national networking group, host discussions on equity among minorities and women in the scientific community. These discussions aim to identify and share information on resources and programs about mentoring, as well as...
  • Public Science Day Public Science Day occurs each year as the opening event for the AAAS Annual Meeting. Hosted in the city where the meeting is being held, the program helps students in grades K – 12 understand the increasing importance that science and technology plays in their lives. The...
  • Year after year, AAAS Public Science Day continues to provide a great opportunity for students to discover the world of science. Public Science Day 2013 took place on Harvard Campus. In collaboration with the Harvard Museum of Natural History and Harvard's Life Sciences Outreach program, over 110...
  • Dione Rossiter is the director of the AAAS Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellows Program . The Fellowship places advanced science student in news outlets across the country to work as science reporters for 10 weeks during the summer. Her goals within this position are to: convince scientists...