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NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2016/12/02

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

A new issue of Reports of the NCSE is available on-line.


NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the
National Center for Science Education is now available on-line. The
issue -- volume 36, number 4 -- is the fourth issue in the
newsletter's new, streamlined, and full-color format.

Featured are not one but two articles on Ark Encounter, by Timothy H.
Heaton and Mark Alsip; Randy Moore's discussion of a recent gathering
of John Scopes's family and friends; news about NCSE's scholarship for
teachers to travel down the Grand Canyon from Josh Rosenau and Steve
Newton; and a review of Seth B. Darling and Douglas L. Sisterson's How
to Change Minds About Our Changing Climate by Kim Trenbath.

The entire issue is freely available in PDF form from Members of NCSE will have already received 
the issue in the mail, and will be receiving the next issue of Reports
in early 2017. (Not a member? Join today!)

For RNCSE 36:4 (PDF), visit: 

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Have you been visiting NCSE's blog recently? If not, then you've missed:

* Emily Schoerning explaining why you should donate to support NCSE's
Science Booster Club program: 

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Thanks for reading. And don't forget to visit NCSE's website -- -- where you can always find the latest news on 
evolution and climate education and threats to them.


Glenn Branch
Deputy Director
National Center for Science Education, Inc.
1904 Franklin Street, Suite 600
Oakland CA 94612-2922
fax 510-788-7971 

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