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Op-ed: Learning by Doing

Op-ed: Learning by Doing

Having freshmen perform research doesn’t just improve undergraduate learning, it convinces more students to become science majors.

Leading the Way on Course Transformation

Natural Sciences pilots high-tech courses.

Students Start-up for Credit

1 Semester Startup helps undergraduates launch startup companies for credit.

The Science of Sherlock Holmes

The Science of Sherlock Holmes

In this video biologist Jim Bryant and psychologist Sam Gosling explore the science, and pseudo-science, of Sherlock Holmes.

Career Minute: Finding the Hidden Job Market

Karen Landolt, director of the Career Design Center, explains how 85% of jobs are found through the "hidden job market."
'Hook 'Em Hybridizers' Make Molecules Count

'Hook 'Em Hybridizers' Make Molecules Count

Team of undergraduates win Gold Award in BIOMOD molecular design competition with their system for counting molecules engineered with DNA.

Inspiration at the Heart of Education

Award-winning teacher and chemist Brent Iverson makes the case for research as being at the heart of undergraduate education.
Science Student Entrepreneurs Give A Hoot

Science Student Entrepreneurs Give A Hoot

Three-student team started Hoot.me, an application that turns Facebook into a study tool.
Become Who You Are

Become Who You Are

In this video David Laude, Interim Dean of the College of Natural Sciences, speaks to students about college as a place to explore, stumble, fail, and ultimately grow into the person you're meant to become.

Insight: May 2011

Insight: May 2011

In this issue of Insight, we explore diversity on campus, the science of spanking, the integration of technology into the classroom, and more.