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UNC-CH bus brings mobile lab, high-tech science focus to underserved N.C. schools

working to strengthen science education and steer students toward careers in science.

Besides UNC-CH, members of the partnership consortium are Elizabeth City State, Fayetteville State, Johnson C. Smith, N.C. Agricultural and Technical State, N.C. Central and Shaw universities as well as UNC-Pembroke. The science bus will be available to those campuses to extend outreach efforts with their region's high school science teachers and students, Bollenbacher said. The consortium's network includes 135 teachers from 85 secondary schools. Initial projects are planned for both teachers and students in Bladen, Guilford and Wake counties. The bus will expand its travel schedule in the fall.


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Contact: Mike McFarland
mike_mcfarland@unc.edu
919-962-8593
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
5-Apr-2000


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