Who Owns Your Ideas?

by Scott Mitchell POWERFUL CORPORATIONS, the high cost of research and communication tools like the Internet have the potential to destroy academics’ right to control their own ideas, warned speakers at an intellectual property conference…

Personal Safety Abroad

by Jeannie Barry-Sanders PERSONAL SAFETY IS a basic need, and educators who want to travel and work abroad must think safety first when travelling to countries outside of the United States. “You are much safer in most cities abroad than you…

On-Line Science Labs

by Evelyn Beck IN VIRTUAL SCIENCE labs, students can handle dangerous poisons, analyze raging rivers, and conduct experiments in evolution-activities otherwise impossible for most college students. “The on-line labs were designed to provide…

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…
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