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Paul Adams Lecture at Lanzhou Jiaotong University (China)
应国际交流处邀请，美国福特海斯州立大学的两名专家保罗•艾登斯博士（Dr. Paul Adams）、杰拉尔德•斯保思伍德博士（Dr. Jerald W. Spotswood）前来我校，分别于5月27日和28日，为我校外国语学院师生作了两场学术讲座。 At the invitation of the International Cooperation Division, Fort Hays State University in the United States two experts, Dr. Paul • Aideng Si (Dr. Paul Adams), Gerald • 思伍德 Dr. Paul Adams (Dr. Jerald W. Spotswood) came to me school, respectively, in May 27 and 28, College of Foreign Languages for our school and students gave two lectures.
27日下午，保罗•艾登斯博士（Dr. Paul Adams）在外国语学院学术厅作了题为《科学里的问题导向型学习》（Problem- Based Learning in the Sciences）的学术报告。 The 27th in the afternoon, Dr. Paul • Yideng Si (Dr. Paul Adams) in the Office of Academic Studies University made a presentation entitled "Science in the problem-oriented learning" (Problem- Based Learning in the Sciences) academic report. 报告采用两个生动的教学案例，详细说明如何在课堂和课外开展问题导向型学习。 Report uses two vivid teaching cases, detailed instructions on how to carry out problem-oriented learning in the classroom and extracurricular.
28日下午，杰拉尔德•斯保思伍德博士（Dr. Jerald W. Spotswood）在外国语学院学术厅作了题为《文献研究：中美文化对写作的影响》（Influences of Chinese and English Cultural Forms on Writing: A Literature Review）的学术报告，就“什么是文化形态，以及它们是如何影响写作的”的问题，对比分析了英汉语文化形态和修辞学差异在写作中的影响。 28 pm, Gerald Adams • Dr. Paul 思伍德 (Dr. Jerald W. Spotswood) in the Office of Academic Studies University made a presentation entitled "Literature Study: Chinese and American Culture on Writing" (Influences of Chinese and English Cultural Forms on Writing: A Literature Review) academic report on "What is the cultural patterns and how they affect the writing of" problem, comparative analysis of the morphology and rhetoric in English and Chinese cultural differences influence in writing.
外国语学院全体教师及研究生100余人聆听了两场报告会。 Foreign Languages College faculty and graduate students, more than 100 people listened to the two report. 两位博士风趣幽默，会上和会下与师生们进行了愉快的交流和讨论。 Two PhD humorous, meeting with teachers and students and will be conducted under the pleasant exchange and discussion.
保罗•艾登斯博士（Dr. Paul Adams）为美国普渡大学哲学博士，现任职于美国福特海斯州立大学数学科学学院，担任院长一职。 Paul • Ai Dengsi Dr. (Dr. Paul Adams) for Ph.D. from Purdue University, is now working in the United States Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Fort Hays State University, served as president of a post.
杰拉尔德•斯保思伍德博士（Dr. Jerald W. Spotswood）为美国阿拉巴马大学英语博士，任职于美国福特海斯州立大学研究生院，担任副院长一职。 • 思伍德 Dr. Gerald Paul Adams (Dr. Jerald W. Spotswood) for the University of Alabama, Dr. English, worked at the American Graduate School of Fort Hays State University, served as vice president post.
Dr. Paul Adams receives Vernier Technology award for Innovative use of Technology in Science Teaching at the college level
Presentation of Award
Boston, MA - - April, 2014
Research with NASA and Hampton University
Hays, KS - -October 18, 2012
FHSU Receives Grant - Noyce Foundation Scholarship
Hays, KS - - October 10, 2012
October 10, 2012 Press Conference
Hays, KS - - September 26, 2012
Hampton University (HU) and their partners, NASA EDGE, Goddard, JPL, IGES/ESSEA, University of Nebraska(Lincoln), and Fort Hays State University, involve teachers from Portsmouth Public Schools (VA), in a climate change learning community engaged in a year-long study of dust. The primary focusis on understanding the effects of African and China mineral dust, providing a sustainable professional development (PD) model for advancing the teaching of global climate change concepts. The hands-on PDassists teachers in better understanding aerosol properties, behavior, and their effects on local and potentially global climate.
Here is a video taken..................including our very own, Dr. Paul Adams!!!!!Dust Podcast
North America Partners Collaborate at NSTA 2012
Indianapolis, IN - - March 28, 2012
The 7th Annual GLOBE North America Partner Meeting brought together GLOBE leaders from Canada and the U.S. on 28 March 2012, continuing an eight year tradition of meeting in conjunction with the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Annual Conference with the purpose of sharing their GLOBE
implementation strategies and building strong collaborations across the region.
Venus Transit 2012
June 5, 2012
The 2012 transit of Venus, when the planet Venus, appeared as a small dark disk moving across the face of the Sun began at 22:09 UTC on June 5, 2012 and finished at 4:49 UTC on June 6, 2012. Depending on the position of the observer, the exact times varied up to seven minutes. Transits of Venus are among the rarest of predictable celestial phenomena and occur in pairs, eight years apart, which are themselves separated by more than a century. The previous transit of Venus took place on June 8, 2004 (preceded by the pair of appearances on December 9, 1874 and December 6, 1882) and the next pair of transits will occur on December 10-11, 2117 and in December, 2125.
Pictures taken by Brooks from Kawc10: Cirrus Weather
Utilizing Giovanni in Earth System Science Education Alliance (ESSEA) Learning Modules