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Press Release 14-043
Environmental stewardship motivates latest White House Champions of Change

NSF-funded scientists are recognized in White House event

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Middle-school students in the Arizona mountains

Arizona middle school students study the geology of the Tucson basin from the Santa Catalina Mountains. The University of Arizona's Sky School was co-founded by Champion of Change Benjamin Blonder.

Credit: Benjamin Blonder


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scientist in field with frog

Benjamin Blonder is shown conducting fieldwork.

Credit: Benjamin Blonder


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Billy Spitzer on panel

Billy Spitzer, shown at right, is vice president for programs, exhibits and planning at the New England Aquarium.

Credit: Tami A. Heilemann, Department of the Interior


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