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Beyond Bow Ties: HMS celebrates 25 years of diversity achievement

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Got Curiosity? Explorations program sparks an interest in science for Boston students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Boston Latin Academy students' experience at the iPad Summit

Boston Latin Academy students share their Boston iPad Summit experiences helping teach how digital technologies have changed the Biology lab. Big Ideas in the Digital BioLab immersed 30 teachers in a hands-on exploration of cellular respiration using plants and seeds. (November 12-14, 2014)

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‘Explorations’ Brings Science to Life for Boston Teens

After a visit to BIDMC, a group of Boston middle school students learned the surprising truth that things like video games and mouse brains can actually be useful!

Participating in Harvard Medical School (HMS)’s 14th annual “Explorations” program, BIDMC staff helped open the minds of 37 local middle schoolers who visited BIDMC on Oct. 22 for a hands-on exercise in the “real world” applications of classroom science.


BIDMC Today, October 29, 2014

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Howard to Harvard: An Inside Look at Mentoring in STEM Education

In the ongoing effort to boost diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers, many of the vanguard programs and key advocates we rely upon go unrecognized. One of the challenges in this area involves finding mentors who understand the complex issues surrounding urban youth. In order to prepare the future generation of STEM leaders, we must also increase the access to research labs and hands-on experiences in the biomedical sciences. ...

Huffington Post, August 8, 2014

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