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By Maureen Palmer
This professional enrichment session is cost-free for high school teachers and will be held at Norfolk State University. The goal of the Bite of Science event is to strengthen science teaching.

By Maureen Palmer
The Center for Excellence in Education (CEE) and KBR will host two distinctive Bite of Science dinner events for high school teachers in Houston, Texas.

By Maureen Palmer
Teachers will have the opportunity to hear Drs. Rohr and Woolf speak about cutting edge research areas, view a laboratory demonstration if possible, and find out how to connect the research to the high school classroom and laboratory.

By Maureen Palmer
The Bite of Science events brings together teachers with leading and cutting edge scientists and/or engineers over an informal dinner. Teachers have the opportunity to interact with researchers from industry, academia, and government.

By Maureen Palmer
CEE's Bite of Science dinner provides teachers with the exclusive opportunity to learn classroom science pedagogy from scientists and engineers from corporate, industry, academia, and government.

By Maureen Palmer
The Center for Excellence in Education's Bite of Science fosters professional development in teachers to create an interest for students in STEM Fields.

By Maureen Palmer
CEE and Pasquale Trucking Company, Inc. Host Bite of Science to Strengthen Science Teaching. The Bite of Science dinner event brings together teachers with scientists and engineers from industry, academia, and government.

By Maureen Palmer
Bite of Science will bring together high school science and humanities teachers to learn how to connect research to their classrooms. Teachers will meet Dr. Alessandra Luchini, George Mason University and Michael Frachel, Micron Technology, Inc.

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By Maureen Palmer
CEE, Capital One, Claude Moore and ExxonMobil Sponsor Bite of Science Professional Enrichment Session for high school teachers, cost-free, in Fairfax, Virginia

By Maureen Palmer
This professional enrichment session is cost-free for high school teachers and will be held at Norfolk State University. The goal of the Bite of Science event is to strengthen science teaching.

By Center for Excellence in Education
The Center for Excellence in Education (CEE) and KBR will host a Bite of Science dinner event for high school teachers at Brandeis High School located at 13011 Kyle Seale Parkway in San Antonio, Texas.

By Maureen Palmer
The Center for Excellence in Education (CEE) and KBR will host two distinctive Bite of Science dinner events for high school teachers in Houston, Texas.

By Maureen Palmer
Teachers will have the opportunity to hear Drs. Rohr and Woolf speak about cutting edge research areas, view a laboratory demonstration if possible, and find out how to connect the research to the high school classroom and laboratory.

By Maureen Palmer
The Bite of Science events brings together teachers with leading and cutting edge scientists and/or engineers over an informal dinner. Teachers have the opportunity to interact with researchers from industry, academia, and government.

By Maureen Palmer
CEE's Bite of Science dinner provides teachers with the exclusive opportunity to learn classroom science pedagogy from scientists and engineers from corporate, industry, academia, and government.

By Maureen Palmer
The Center for Excellence in Education's Bite of Science fosters professional development in teachers to create an interest for students in STEM Fields.

By Maureen Palmer
CEE and Pasquale Trucking Company, Inc. Host Bite of Science to Strengthen Science Teaching. The Bite of Science dinner event brings together teachers with scientists and engineers from industry, academia, and government.

By Maureen Palmer
Bite of Science will bring together high school science and humanities teachers to learn how to connect research to their classrooms. Teachers will meet Dr. Alessandra Luchini, George Mason University and Michael Frachel, Micron Technology, Inc.

By Maureen Palmer
The Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP) sponsored by CEE focuses on the best practices and resources, as well as exposure to the breadth and depth of scientific discovery not available to rural and urban high school teachers and their students.



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