A Higher Grade of Education: Investigating Inclusion in New Brunswick High School Science Classrooms

Jeremy Smith, a Fredericton based high school science teacher, decided to focus his research on a problem he experiences daily. Smith explored the impacts of class composition on New Brunswick’s high school science classrooms to determine ways to enhance student learning. Research such as Smith’s shows that important research does not need to happen in the conventional setting to have an impact on important issues.

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Understanding Research to Build a Better Future

Improving health care, adjusting policies, and allowing research to make an impact is vital for advancing our technologies to meet our new needs. As communities grow larger, and new problems arise, technology must adapt to be effective. People that work on tackling integration of new technology into society are known as Translational Scientists. Dr. Keith Brunt, a Translational Scientist with IMPART labs, and a faculty member in Medicine and Business at Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick and UNBSJ has first-hand experience in the area of translational medicine and understands its importance for the future.

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