An Integrated Science Curriculum at Princeton: David Botstein Dr. Botstein explains why and how he and a group of faculty from Princeton University designed and implemented an introductory undergraduate curriculum that integrates biology, physics, chemistry and computer science courses and emphasizes quantitative research.
Increasing Underrepresented Minorities in Science Research: Freeman Hrabowski Relating Math to the Real World: Throughout his life, Hrabowski has loved the intersection of math and language. Hrabowski points out that math and statistics provide the tools for not only for engineers and scientists to do their work, but also for physicians, accountants, social scientists, business owners and even university administrators!
Encouraging Scientific Curiosity: Graham Hatfull Hatfull makes a case for allowing all curious students to engage in authentic research. He and his colleagues set up a program that allows undergraduates and high school students to participate in isolating bacteriophage.