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Developing a program that addresses STEM workforce development in your local region and state helps to bridge student training and employment needs. Dr. Peter Rim, Professor at the University of North Alabama shares what factors to consider when creating a new program at your university.
Identifying the bacteria in store-bought yogurt or other fermented foods is an excellent method for teaching undergraduate students about fermentation science.
Modeling plays a central role in simplifying, illustrating and explaining complex themes and invisible phenomena, like those in molecular genetics. We developed a hands-on exercise where students build a DNA model using common, household materials.