Monthly Archives: February 2014

How to get a job at Google

http://nyti.ms/1eh1z02 How can I reflect the implications of this article in my teaching? In the course materials I select? In the ways that I enable learning? In the ways that I motivate my students? In the ways that I assess … Continue reading

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Dr. Bethany Ehlmann: always go where you love the science *and* the people

Originally posted on Women in Planetary Science: Female Scientists on Careers, Research, Space Science, and Work/Life Balance:
Dr. Bethany Ehlmann has a joint position as an assistant professor of planetary science at the California Institute of Technology and as…

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IGR J11014-6103: Runaway Pulsar Firing an Extraordinary Jet | NASA

IGR J11014-6103: Runaway Pulsar Firing an Extraordinary Jet | NASA. Ask your Friendly Neighborhood 6th Grader about the Life Cycle of a Star! Exhibition #2, March 11, 2014 #MCCPS

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