ERIC Number: ED458751
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: N/A
Imagine...Opportunities and Resources for Academically Talented Youth.
Hartman, Melissa E., Ed.
Imagine, v8 n1-5 Sep-Jun 2000-2001
These five issues of a magazine designed for highly gifted and talented secondary students address marine science, anthropology and archaeology, making the most of summer, medicine and health sciences, and the World Wide Web. Featured articles include: (1) "The Ocean's Call: How My Love for the Ocean Grew into a Career" (Jessica Schulman Farrar); (2) "Summer Programs in Marine Science: Fun and Learning by the Sea" (Lauren Toth and others); (3) "That Sounds Like a Fish Story: Volunteering at the Ocean Discovery Center" (Maria Saltzman); (4) "More Than Just Water: The National Ocean Sciences Bowl" (Amanda Bowling and Laura Orem); (5) "All the World's a Stage: My Life as a Thespian" (Laura J. Khalil); (6) "Anthropology: Putting Everything in Context" (Laura Zimmer-Tamakoshi); (7)"My Passport in Time" (Alexander Soloman); (8) "Ghana's Kingdoms of Gold" (Jamie Lynn Maglietta); (9) "More Than Artifacts: What I Discovered at the Center for American Archeology" (Luke Brandy); (10) "The Piltdown Man Hoax" (Laura Orem); (11) "Among My Peers: Four Summers of Academic Programs" (Cassandra Wolos); (12) "Selected Academic Summer Programs 2001"; (13) "The Summer Job That Turned into a Career" (Megan Chapell); (14) "Scripting the Perfect Summer: How To Spend Your Summer Doing the Things You Enjoy" (Jeremy Stoller); (15) "A Doctor without Borders" (Melissa Hartman); (16) "Improving Patients' Lives One Small Gesture at a Time" (Yi Zhou); (17) "Nursing: The Unexpectedly Perfect Career for Me" (Bronwen Dean); (18) "Better Medicine: Trends in Health Science" (Carol Blackburn); (19) "Microarrays: Dawn of a New Era" (Matthew Kidd); (20) "Lessons from the Lab: A Mentorship in Pharmacology" (Kevin Yang); (21) "Getting the Most Bang for Your Click: Efficient Web Research" (Melissa Hartmann)"; (22) "BeachNet: A Computer Nerd's Dream" (Glenn Willen); (23) "A Better Mousetrap: Building Northern Light Web Search Engine" (Joyce Ward); (24) "Making Sites That Work" (Nolan Glantz); and (25) "Jekyll and Hyde: How the Internet Brings out Our Best and Our Worst" (Melissa Hartmann). (CR)
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Acting, Anthropology, Archaeology, Career Choice, Career Exploration, Health Services, Information Retrieval, Internet, Internship Programs, Marine Biology, Medical Services, Medicine, Mentors, Nurses, Nursing, Search Strategies, Secondary Education, Summer Programs, Talent, Volunteers, World Wide Web
Imagine, PO Box 3073, Langhorne, PA 19047 (annual subscription, $25; institutions, $30). Tel: 215-826-0707; Fax: 215-788-6887; Web site: http://www.jhu.edu/gifted/imagine; (annual subscription, $25; institutions, $30).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD. Inst. for the Academic Advancement of Youth.
Note: Published five times a year. For volume 7, see ED 445 448.