By Valerie Chapman-Stockwell, CWU Public Affairs
ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Anne Egger, professor of geological sciences and science education at Central Washington University is the first Washington scientist to receive the Science Prize for Inquiry-Based Instruction (IBI). Science, the journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), has the largest paid circulation of any peer-reviewed general science journal in the world, with an estimated total readership of one million. Egger’s essay, “Engaging Students in Earthquakes via Real-Time Data and Decisions,” will be published in the June 29 issue.
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By Valerie Chapman-Stockwell, CWU Public Affairs ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Anne Egger, professor of geolCWU Professor Martha Kurtz Trades College Classroom For High School
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