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Press Release 09-024
Catalyzing Change

Integrating NSF-funded projects offers new ways to improve STEM education

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Photo of teacher and students in chemistry lab.

Through Georgia Tech's Noyce Scholarship program, students such as Anna Lawrence gain experience in high school teaching. Anna (in the blue shirt) is shown assisting chemistry students with their Flame Test Lab. Students are comparing the flame colors of different metal salts.

Credit: Anna Lawrence, Georgia Institute of Technology


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Photo of student at commencement ceremony.

Georgia Tech's FACES project (Facilitating Academic Careers in Engineering and Science) funded through the NSF program, Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP), works with doctoral students to prepare them for academic careers. Here, Gregory Triplett is hooded at the university's 2004 Ph.D. commencement ceremony.

Credit: Georgia Institute of Technology


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