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Grundmann, Oliver; Wielbo, Donna; Tebbett, Ian – Journal of College Science Teaching, 2010
Forensic science education has evolved as an interdisciplinary science that includes medicine, chemistry, biology, and criminal justice. Therefore, multiple paths can lead to a career in forensic science. A formal education usually requires the student to attend a college or university to obtain a bachelor's or master's degree. In many cases,…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Distance Education, Crime, Natural Sciences
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Meers, Mason; Demers, Nora Egan; Savarese, Michael – Journal of College Science Teaching, 2003
In a course titled Scientific Process, we introduce undergraduates to the philosophy and practice of science and initiate them into a 2-year undergraduate research track. Engaging exercises and discussions help students understand the scientific process and ultimately produce a research proposal in grant application format. Students defend their…
Descriptors: Science Activities, Research Proposals, Ethics, Scientific Methodology