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NCSE Evolution and Climate Education Update for 2018/07/06

(by NCSE Deputy Director Glenn Branch)

Dear friends of NCSE,

NCSE welcomes Kate Carter as its new Director of Community Science
Education and announces a new issue of Reports of the NCSE.


NCSE is pleased to welcome Kate Carter, NCSE's new Director of
Community Science Education. Carter comes to NCSE from Harvard
University, where she earned her Ph.D. in human evolutionary biology
and taught human evolutionary biology. Her experience also includes
conducting extensive informal science education activities in such
venues as the Museum of Science, Boston, the Carnegie Museum of
Natural History, and Harvard University. At NCSE, she will be
directing and expanding NCSE's Science Booster Club program, which
works to bring the science behind climate change and evolution to
regular citizens. "I am firmly convinced that positive encounters with
science produce community support for science education," she
commented. "I am eagerly looking forward to the opportunity to help to
bring authentic, accurate, and fun science activities to communities
across the country."

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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 38, number 3 -- is the eleventh issue in the
newsletter's new, streamlined, and full-color format.

Featured are Katherine Wu's "Trust Me, I'm a Scientist"; Randy Moore's
discussion of the Cardiff Giant; Brad Hoge's update on NCSE's Teacher
Ambassador program; Emily Schoerning's profile of two graduate
students working for NCSE's Science Booster Club program; Kottie
Christie-Blick's review of Megan Herbert and Michael E. Mann's The
Tantrum that Saved the World; and Stephanie Keep's interview of
Herbert and Mann.

The entire issue is freely available on NCSE's website. Members of
NCSE will be receiving it in printed form shortly. (Not a member? Join

For RNCSE 38:3, visit: 

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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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