Jewish science

November 7, 2012

Kyle Walker Contributing Writer Many students that catch wind of a lecture pertaining to either science or religion, or both in this case, would certainly start running in the opposite direction. This past Monday evening . . .

Women in Science and Mathematics Conference held

April 17, 2010

The Dean of Science and Mathematics, Dr. Robert T. Smith, welcomed participants from surrounding junior and senior high schools along with the world renowned keynote speaker Dr. Rosina Bierbaum, to the 23rd Annual Glenna Hazeltine Women in Science and Mathematics Conference. . . .

Middle and High School students compete in the Science Olympiad

April 4, 2010

“We are excited to be hosting the Science Olympiad for a third year at Millersville. It’s great that we can provide a forum for students to apply their scientific knowledge while having fun at the same time,” said site director Dr. Alex DeCaria. “By bringing so many different schools together, it allows the students to meet other kids their age, who share their interests, and possibly help to spark creativity.” . . .

Students Study Marine Science During Summer Courses in Wallops Island, Virginia

February 16, 2010

Since 1965, the Marine Science Consortium, a nonprofit educational corporation, has educated and inspired thousands of people through hands-on education.

The bays, marshes, beaches, maritime forests, and off-shore waters of Virginia’s Eastern Shore are the Marine Science Consortium’s classroom. Whether you are an individual interested in learning more about coastal and marine systems or seeking to pursue a career in marine sciences, the Marine Science Consortium offers a wonderful variety of opportunities to meet your educational and/or research goals. . . .