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Introducing the Grand Challenges Initiative An innovative educational program launching fall 2017 at Schmid College

October 27, 2016 by Andrew Lyon | News

When I reflect upon being a scientist, three words come to mind: fascination, frustration, and exhilaration. A scientist’s fascination comes from the wonder of trying to understand and decipher the vast complexity of the world around us. Frustration creeps in as we discover how challenging that complexity is, and how unsophisticated some of our scientific

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Science Blender | Interdisciplinary Breakthrough Creates A World in Higher Decibels Student Essay from the HON 389 Science Blender Course

November 19, 2015 by Melinda Sherrill | Student Author

Throughout the year, we will be publishing essays from Professor Andrew Lyon‘s Honors 389 course “The Science Blender” . For the second paper this term, students were asked to investigate an “interdisciplinary breakthrough”.  Below is one student’s essay on the topic. At around the age of 10, I knew something was wrong. With eyes bulging like a newborn pug, I remember

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Science Blender | Interdisciplinary Breakthrough at Stonehenge Student Essay from the HON 389 Science Blender Course

November 13, 2015 by Liliana Dawidoff | Student Author

Throughout the year, we will be publishing essays from Professor Andrew Lyon‘s Honors 389 course “The Science Blender” . For the second paper this term, students were asked to investigate an “interdisciplinary breakthrough”.  Below is one student’s essay on the topic. For four years, the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project has been underway, surveying the area, over four square miles, surrounding Stonehenge.

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Science Blender | Science Gone Wrong- Sexuality Swinging Votes? Student Essay from the HON 389 Science Blender Course

October 29, 2015 by Anne Roffler | Student Author

Throughout the year, we will be publishing essays from Professor Andrew Lyon‘s Honors 389 course “The Science Blender” . For the first paper this term, students were asked to investigate the idea of  “science gone wrong”.  Below is one student’s essay  on the topic. It is all too easy to blindly trust scientific research, particularly when it is published in