An invited talk to Biological Engineers urging their involvement in the critical education and awareness of the public and the media.
A Twitter experiment in general science education.
Plenary invited talk at Institute for Biological Engineering national meeting urging all attendees to get involved in public and media education and in the political process.
Letter to Utah rural paper serving coal mining region arguing state should be providing services to those impacted by the diminishment and demise of coal.
Remarks at a Press Conference regarding coal leasing in Utah.
Written testimony to BLM public input session on coal leasing in Utah.
Presentation to high school journalism class on investigative and critical reporting.
Presentation at The Leonardo on da Vinci.
A history of the genesis, development, and implementation of The Leonardo, up to 2011.
Talk to an environmental economics class taught by Prof. Hans Ehrbar
Andrade 2001-2010 First Author Bartholomeusz Davies Yang Janatova Kim Anderson Christensen NAE BME Posters Exhibits-compressed
ASTC-Assoc. Science Tech Centers annual conference talk on flexible, portable, mobile exhibit design and development.
Society for Risk Analysis talk on risk, chance, decision exhibits, activities for science centers.
Talk at Univ. of Uppsala, Sweden on science education for the general public.
Seminar at Winona, MN on Biological Engineering Education.
A 40 chapter, 40 half-hour videos general, integrated science course.
Textbook for Science without Walls – Science in YOUR World telecourse. Videos at YouTube.
Using Science without Walls videos in a prison, jail environment; presentation Correctional Education Assoc meeting 7-12-1998
Taizo Miake was an outside consultant (from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada) who was the key consultant for the original planning process for The Leonardo, headed by Ray Kingston of FFKR Architects, Salt Lake City.
Deseret News feature story by Elaine Jarvik on Science without Walls 9-1996
Leoinard Shlain’s magnificent Art and Physics helped form the vision and basis for The Leonardo. Segments of his talk were included in Science without Walls TV course.
Critical Science Communications – Separating Fact from Fantasy – was a special one time course, stimulated by the U Utah’s Cold Fusion spectacle. It also relates to science in society and critical thinking.
STS is NSF’s Science-Technology-Society program. This unfunded project targeted Journalism, Advertising, and Law majors.
Prof Noel deNevers asked me to teach his Tech and Society course in the early 70s, which initiated my education in Technology, Science and Society. Thanks, Noel.
Andrade’s PhD dissertation, U of Denver, 1969