RNCSE 42:2 now online

NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the National Center for Science Education — volume 42, number 2 — is now available online.

Featured are Paul Oh's interview of Liz Barnes, a science education professor who investigates ways of teaching evolution to students of faith; Eugenie C. Scott's reminiscences of the first 40 years of NCSE; Lin Andrews's listing of the recent and varied accomplishments of NCSE's Teacher Ambassadors; Glenn Branch's interview of Bruce S. Grant about his new book Observing Evolution: Peppered Moths and the Discovery of Parallel Melanism; Spencer Weart's discussion of the importance of Boulder, Colorado, to the history of climate science; and Larissa Carneiro's review of Jonathan Marks's Why Are There Still Creationists?

The entire issue is freely available (PDF) on NCSE's website, as are select articles. Qualifying donors to NCSE will be receiving it in printed form shortly. (Not a donor? Contribute today!)

Glenn Branch
Short Bio

Glenn Branch is Deputy Director of NCSE.

branch@ncse.ngo