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Climate change grant

October 24, 2010

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The University of Massachusetts Lowell has received a $614,691 grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to create unique methods of educating students in kindergarten through Grade 12, as well as college students, about the science of global change. The project, “Climate Change Education: Science, Solutions, and Education in an Age of Media,’’ begins this month. The goal will be to integrate an understanding of climate change science while focusing on the media through which information is accessed. Under the grant, students will produce videos incorporating their peers’ questions, concerns, and perspectives on climate change. — Karen Sackowitz

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