Tammy Vandierendonck has been teaching elementary students at Princeton City Schools for nearly three decades. She says it’s the best job she has ever had. Now she wants to give back to the school that made it all possible – the University of Cincinnati.
UC researchers, Rebecca Vidourek, Michelle Burbage and Keith King, find that for the college population, curiosity is the main motivator behind synthetic THC use. Also featured in: Medical Express, Science Daily
More than 400 researchers, school and district leaders, teachers, local and national policy makers and politicians, NGO personnel, and consultants from 34 countries around the world will meet in Cincinnati to learn and share research about effective schools and school improvement programs worldwide.
- Fri Dec 19 2014, 7:00 PM
The International Congress for School Effectiveness (ICSEI) will be held in Cincinnati in January 2015.
- Mon Dec 15 2014, 3:00 AM
UC researchers find that for the college population, curiosity is the main motivator behind synthetic THC use.
- Thu Dec 4 2014, 1:00 AM
UC President Santa J. Ono attended the “STEM Summit” at the White House, where he participated in the announcement of a ...