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image of a head showing the brain Rice study: Simple changes to homework improved student learning
Released March 18, 2014
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engineering graphic New weather radar network in Dallas area to provide more frequent, precise storm data
Released February 10, 2014
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image of students using tablet PCs Use of Technology-rich Learning Environment Reveals Improved Retention Rates
Released November 16, 2011
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Image of Theresa Maldonado, who will lead the Division of Engineering Education and Centers. Theresa Maldonado to Lead the NSF Division of Engineering Education and Centers
Updated March 10, 2011
student redirects her team's robot Research Findings Contradict Myth of High Engineering Dropout Rate
Released August 4, 2009
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