Lehman's Collaboration with Intel: Towards a Bronx Science Fair

Lehman College was invited by the Intel Corporation to participate in its International Science and Engineering Fair and Educator Academy, held in Pittsburgh in May 2012. The Academy brings together educators from around the world to explore innovative methods of engaging students in the study of science and math. Intel has also provded Lehman with a planning grant to pilot a science fair program with five Bronx middle schools and high schools. This program, planned for early 2013, represents...

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New Concepts in Library Consultations

Have you ever had a difficult time finding just the right resources for a paper? One of my favorite aspects of being a librarian is providing reference support for students. I enjoy helping students discover how to find just the right resource and how to develop search strategies.

Traditionally reference service takes place at the Reference Desk in the Library. Now there are many venues where students and librarians can meet to go over research strategies and where students can ask questions....

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School Counselors as Allies to LBGTIQ youth and families

As a school counselor educator, I've focused on two lines of scholarship--transforming the school counseling profession with school counseling program interventions to help close achievement and opportunity gaps and supporting the needs of LBGTQIA students and families. One of the great things about being a faculty member is having the time to pursue not only research and scholarship but to work with our graduate students and professional colleagues in school counseling to create the next...

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