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Education posts Study Identifies Strategies to Support STEM Students During Pandemic Taking stock of 2020-2021 for STEM college students, study recommends how to mitigate pandemic disruptions in 2022 and ahead. February 18, 2022 Education posts Strategies To Support Students Disrupted by the Pandemic Museum study finds pandemic negatively affected college students in STEM fields—and identifies strategies for new school year. August 12, 2021 Education posts Museum Partners with MIT to Introduce Students to AI in Scientific Research With a grant from the National Science Foundation, Museum program for high school students adds a machine learning track. January 28, 2021 Education posts Museum Receives Grant to Study COVID-19 Impact on STEM Students The research team will look at how students from the Science Research Mentoring Program and similar programs navigate 2020. August 25, 2020 Education posts High School Herpetologists Study Gemsnakes NYC high school students in the SRMP program work with Museum scientists on research about snakes, spider venom, more. June 16, 2020 Education posts Students Across Globe Participate in Museum’s OLogy Challenge The Museum is helping students around the world continue learning from home with hands-on activities for families. May 4, 2020 Education posts Museum Curator Helps Science Teachers Bring Paleontology to the Classroom Melanie Hopkins’ took MAT alumni on a fieldwork excursion to learn how to incorporate paleontology into their curriculum. October 25, 2019 Education posts New Class of Scientists and Teachers Graduates from Museum The Richard Gilder Graduate School awarded degrees to 3 doctoral graduates in comparative biology and 15 Earth science teachers. September 30, 2019 Education posts Myths About Sharks and Rays These closely-related species have something else in common: they're frequently misunderstood. September 25, 2019 Education posts 2019 Ph.D. Graduate Profile: Jeremy Frank 2019 doctoral graduate Jeremy Frank is building the first evolutionary tree for solitary wasps in the genus Bembix. September 23, 2019 Education posts 2019 Ph.D. Graduate Profile: Kelly Speer Doctoral graduate Kelly Speer looks at parasites, like bat flies, to understand disease transmission among tropical bats. September 16, 2019 Education posts 2019 Ph.D. Graduate Profile: Anna Ragni A passion to learn about human origins launches doctoral candidate Anna Ragni on a career in paleoanthropology. September 10, 2019
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