Teaching Hanford Across the Curriculum
On Thursday, Nov. 1, at noon, in Dean Hall room 104, Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility (WPSR) will provide a hands-on curriculum workshop for CWU faculty in order to encourage professors to incorporate the history and science of Hanford Nuclear Site into their coursework. Enjoy pizza and listen to curriculum opportunities that engage students in critical thinking about the impact of Hanford on human health and the environment.
This event is held in conjunction with the Museum of Culture & Environment's newest exhibit Particles on the Wall: Art, Science, and Poetry About Hanford. If you are interested in having a WPSR representative visit your classroom to present a customized presentation about Hanford, please contact Daniel@wpsr.org
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