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NJSPL – Why Does the High School Science Course Sequence Matter?

One primary concern of this research project will be exploring different outcomes associated with students starting high school in low-level science courses versus those who start in standard and high-level science courses, and understanding the implications of how this may or may not influence later success in post-high school education.

The Constitution is not a suicide pact

Government sets the policies, public health professionals provide the rationale for them, and the people must acknowledge what is required and why to safeguard the public’s health.

Listening to experts isn’t perfect, but ignoring them is far worse

Last week, President Trump said of his opponent, Vice President Biden, "he'll listen to the scientists." In case you’re confused, this was meant to be an insult. Indeed, the president seems to take pride in the extent to which he has ignored the advice of...

EJB Humphrey Fellow alum finds home-country connections in U.S.

When 2005-2006 Humphrey Fellow Orlando Acosta (Rutgers University – Natural Resources, Environmental Policy, and Climate Change) learned that he would be attending a pre-academic English training at the University of Oregon, he sought to learn more about the state’s...

Salzman investigates science and engineering workforce and policy

Professor Hal Salzman is the principal investigator of a project titled Science and Engineering Educational & Employment Pathways. The project is being supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the National Science Foundation. Two current projects include...

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The members of the 2023-24 Bloustein Honors Research Program cohort will be presenting their individual research projects in two formats.