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National Academies Press, 2005
This volume is a report of a workshop held in 2003 to address best practices and remaining challenges with respect to national laboratory-university collaborations. The following are appended: (1) Committee Member Biographies; (2) Workshop Agenda; (3) Workshop Participants; (4) Glossary of Acronyms; and (5) Major Benefits and Challenges. [This…
Descriptors: Laboratories, Cooperative Programs, Universities, Best Practices
Field, Kelly – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2009
This article reports that academic researchers are optimistic that President Barack Obama's approach to science heralds a new era of support for their work. When Mr. Obama named his top science and technology advisers only weeks after being elected, many scientists celebrated. After eight years of an administration that many academics believed…
Descriptors: Scientists, Researchers, Government School Relationship, Presidents
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Journal of College Science Teaching, 2005
According to a new study by two University of California, Berkeley, mathematicians and their Russian colleague, the water droplets kicked up by rough seas serve to lubricate the swirling winds of hurricanes and cyclones, letting them build to speeds approaching 200 miles per hour. Without the lubricating effect of the spray, the mathematicians…
Descriptors: Oceanography, Weather, Professional Personnel, Equations (Mathematics)
Diehl, Christine L.; Harris, Jerilyn; Barrios, David; O'Connor, Heather; Fong, Jennifer – 2000
The Graduate School of Education (GSE) at the University of California at Berkeley (UCB), the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) have collaborated to pilot an on-site training and mentoring program for intern science teachers. Exit interviews suggest that its innovative mentoring…
Descriptors: Beginning Teacher Induction, Beginning Teachers, College School Cooperation, Graduate Study
Khoury, Anne – Online Submission, 2006
Leadership development, a component of HRD, is becoming an area of increasingly important practice for all organizations. When companies such as Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory rely on knowledge workers for success, leadership becomes even more important. This research paper tests the hypothesis that leadership credibility and the courage…
Descriptors: Leadership, Laboratories, Leadership Effectiveness, Administrator Effectiveness
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Frederick-Frost, Kristen – Journal of Chemical Education, 2021
As a member of the team that created elements 104 and 105 at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, James Andrew Harris [1932-2000] was the first African American credited in the discovery of an element. This factoid has been posted on social media, used in a quiz game, and repeated on numerous Web sites. The story (if any context is offered at all) is…
Descriptors: Scientists, Chemistry, Discovery Processes, African Americans
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Laird, Susan – Values and Ethics in Educational Administration, 2021
Recent studies of school gardens (Simon et al, 2015; Williams and Brown, 2012) and of the National School Lunch Program (Pringle, 2013; Levine, 2008; Ralston et al, 2008) have posed value questions for school leadership and policy, about production and distribution of school food. This review of the new educational studies scholarship on school…
Descriptors: Lunch Programs, Food Service, Ethics, Values
Harley, Diane; Lawrence, Shannon – Center for Studies in Higher Education, 2007
The universe of postsecondary education is expanding. It is an era of rapid demographic and labor market changes, increased competition and shifts in institutional form (e.g., the rise of for profit degree granters, the hybrid form of nonprofit/for profit partnerships, corporate universities), and new forms of delivery driven by emerging…
Descriptors: Consumer Education, Labor Market, Educational Change, Public Policy
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Bowles, Robby D.; Saroka, James M.; Archer, Shivaun D.; Bonassar, Lawrence J. – Journal of Chemical Education, 2012
Because of cost and time, it is difficult to relate to students how fundamental chemical principles are involved in cutting edge biomedical breakthroughs being reported in the national media. The laboratory exercise presented here is aimed at high school chemistry students and uses alginate hydrogels, a common material used in tissue engineering,…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Science Laboratories, Science Instruction, High Schools
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Peterson, Steve; Niels, Mara – Technical Communication: Journal of the Society for Technical Communication, 1997
States that strategic planning has become ubiquitous at Livermore Lab, where the technical information department has been a resource for help with publications for over 30 years. Finds that a strategic plan focuses management attention and allows an organization to examine and improve its operations; each year's plan serves as the foundation for…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Organizational Communication, Organizational Objectives, Publications
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Robinson, Arthur L. – Science, 1981
A 1.5-MeV High Voltage Electron Microscope has been installed at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory which will help materials scientists and biologists study samples in more true-to-life situations. A 1-MeV Atomic Resolution Microscope will be installed at the same location in two years which will allow scientists to distinguish atoms. (DS)
Descriptors: College Science, Electronic Equipment, Higher Education, Laboratories
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Schwartz, Charles – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1978
This article makes the case that the University of California at Berkeley's nuclear labs at Los Alamos (NM) and Livermore (CA) are really weapons laboratories run by the military. (B B)
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, College Administration, Energy, Environment
Harley, Diane; Henke, Jonathan; Lawrence, Shannon; McMartin, Flora; Maher, Michael; Gawlik, Marytza; Muller, Parisa – Center for Studies in Higher Education, 2003
As colleges and universities nationwide anticipate enrolling more than two million new students over the next decade, UC Berkeley is exploring options for serving more students, more cost effectively, in large lecture courses. This research project analyzes economic and pedagogical questions related to the use of on-line lecture and laboratory…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Science Laboratories, Enrollment Trends, Cost Effectiveness
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Kushner, Lawrence M. – Physics Teacher, 1973
A report on the National Bureau of Standards is presented. It provides national measurement standards for some 40 physical quantities related through the laws of physics to the basic six - length, time, mass, temperature, electric current, and luminous intensity. (DF)
Descriptors: Laboratory Experiments, Physics, Resource Materials, Science Laboratories
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Enright, Mary Schaefer; Schaefer, Lawrence V.; Schaefer, Patricia S.; Schaefer, Kristin A. – Montessori Life: A Publication of the American Montessori Society, 2008
Lawrence Kohlberg, a psychologist, coined the term "Just Community" to describe a community built on trust and resolution, in which each member participates democratically in the development of the rules and regulations that govern their community life (Kohlberg, 1985). In a school, this means that students and teachers alike actively participate…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Trust (Psychology), Democratic Values, Educational Environment
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