Tufts Now, fall 2013: The High School Brain on Science
Since 2007, medical faculty have been working with Boston teachers to get kids excited about studying health and disease
We are pleased to confirm a half-day networking summit focused on mapping your career path toward either a science faculty position at a primarily undergraduate institution or a science education faculty position.
Tufts Medicine, summer 2013: Great Science
Boston teachers and Tufts researchers collaborate to engage high school students in learning about disease
AM Rounds, spring 2013: Behind the Scenes of the Great Diseases Project
a series on “The Great Diseases Project: A Partnership Between Tufts Medical School and the Boston Public Schools,” in which AM Rounds asked a few of the projects’ participants to share their thoughts and impressions on the collaboration.
Curriculum Matters, April 2013: Infectious-Diseases Program Engages Students in Science (Gina Cairney)
Newswise et al., March 2013: Scientists and Public School Teachers Team Up to Transform Science Education (Siobhan Gallagher)
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Meiri, K.F., B. Jacque, and J.M. Wyss, Putting health science into health education. Science, July 12, 2013. 341(6142): p. 128.
Jacque, B., K. Malanson, K. Bateman, B. Akeson, A. Cail, C. Doss, M. Dugan, B. Finegold, A. Gauthier, M. Galego, E. Roundtree, L. Spezzano, and K.F. Meiri, The Great Diseases Project: a partnership between Tufts Medical School and the Boston public schools. Acad Med, 2013. 88(5): p. 620-5.