ORISE STEM lesson plan competition focuses on extreme weather
ORISE wants to reward educators who are best integrating current extreme weather events into classroom lessons. Three grand prize winners of the ORISE lesson plan competition will receive an iPad and a class set of Plickers, a set of cards teachers can use with an app to poll students for answers to questions and to collect data. The competition deadline is 8 p.m. EST on Monday, Oct. 30.Read More
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Where are they now? - Iris Köhler
Iris Köhler, a postdoctoral researcher in the USDA-ARS Research Participation Program, spent two years studying the impact of projected carbon dioxide and temperature levels on genetically modified soybean yield.Learn More
Employees of former beryllium-producing facilities offered free health screening
Former employees of several closed beryllium-producing facilities located in eastern Pennsylvania and near Pittsburgh can now learn if their health has been impacted by their work.Learn More
Become a Mentor to the Next Generation of Scientists
Ian Anderson, director of graduate education and university partnerships at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, discusses why mentors are so important to the STEM fields.
Meet a Faculty Researcher - Sophia Suarez
Sophia Suarez, an assistant professor of physics at the City University of New York, used spectroscopic methods to study carbon dioxide absorption materials during her time with the Visiting Faculty Program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.Read More