Science Education Blog
The hard work, the satisfaction of a job well done, spending long hours trying to print the poster to the right size....
From July 23-27, PPPL hosted 17 teachers from across the nation for our annual Plasma Camp workshop.
We are seeking at outstanding candidate to serve as an Associate Research Physicist (Post-doc) in Science Education that is interested in using their analytical research skills in a non-traditional way.
To kick-off the start of our new mentorship program for women in science, PathSci, the founding members met for a celebration and, of course, some friendly competition.
Winners of the A Scheme for Clean Essay Contest were invited to PPPL to receive their awards on May 20th. The four winners came from local New Jersey schools and all expressed interest in contributing to the clean energy revolution.
Over 150,000 people joined PPPL and hundreds of other exhibitors at the 2nd Annual USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C. from April 27-29.
Today's Young Women's Conference exceeded my expectations. A beautiful day highlighted the splendor of the Princeton campus, and made the new laboratory tours even more enjoyable.