Human evolution—one of the most discussed scientific topics and one of the hardest for teachers to tackle—will be the focus of the 2011 Holiday Lectures on Science from HHMI.
A new fellowship program will enable 48 graduate students from 22 countries to devote their full attention to research at a critical time during their professional development as scientists.
Nuevo programa de becas permitirá que 48 estudiantes de postgrado de 22 países dediquen toda su atención a la investigación en un momento crítico de su desarrollo profesional como científicos.
Medical, dental, and veterinary students from 47 schools will be diving into intensive, HHMI-sponsored research experiences this summer at top research centers across the country.
HHMI has launched four-year, $1.8 million science education experiment that will bring together four universities to create and share effective models for teaching interdisciplinary science.
Award-winning documentary producer and former president of National Geographic Television will lead HHMI's $60 million science documentary initiative.
New funding from HHMI will be used to scale up a successful summer program that aims to enable thousands of college and university science faculty to receive intensive professional development designed to improve undergraduate biology education.
HHMI has invited 215 undergraduate-focused colleges and universities from across the country to apply for a total of $60 million in science education grants.
Gloria Tavera is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Nine science students from universities across the United States are named the 2011 Gilliam Fellows.
Andria Ashmore is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Chinweike Okegbe is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Benyam Kinde is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Espoir Kyubwa is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Nicolas Altemose is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Nadia Herrera is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Jessica Cabral Jimenez is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Sandra Jones is a 2011 Gilliam Fellow.
Students at 12 more schools were chosen to participate in a year-long genomics course from HHMI's Science Education Alliance.
The Science Education Alliance is celebrating a major milestone with a scientific publication. The 192-author article is based on the work of students and faculty at the first 12 schools that offered its phage genomics course.
Thirteen HHMI professors have proposed seven initiatives that they believe would improve the quality of undergraduate science education and student engagement.
Elementary students get a hands-on—and feet-in—experience that teaches them to develop hypotheses and reach conclusions about the relative health of their community stream.
Professors from three schools participating in HHMI's Science Education Alliance will help create the next generation of research-based courses to extend the program’s reach to upperclassmen.
Sean Carroll, an award-winning scientist, author, and educator, will become the Institute’s vice president for science education.
HHMI has selected five exceptional individuals to receive the 2010 Gilliam Fellowships. These students will join a dynamic group of 30 Gilliam fellows, who share a passion for science and a commitment to increasing diversity in the sciences.