Scientists as Teachers

by Karen Young Kreeger SO YOU LOVE to teach. Now that the school year is in full swing, are you wondering how you can contribute more to the next generation, keep your interest in teach ing alive and well, or enhance the peda gogical portion of your resume? “Scientists need to share the wealth of their knowledge and their perspective of the way the world works,” says Bassam Shakhashiri, a professor of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. For 30 years he has been taking his love and enthusiasm for science to the public via lectures and demonstrations; television […]
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