CESAME Postdoc wins national science education award
Dr. Minsu Ha, postdoctoral fellow in CESAME and Ecology & Evolution, received the prestigious Young Scholar Award from The Korean Association for Science Education (KASE). This national award is given annually to the most accomplished science education researcher in the country. Dr. Ha was recognized by KASE for his outstanding scholarly contributions published in the Journal of the Korean Association for Science Education (the official journal of KASE) and high-impact international journals such as the Journal of Research in Science Teaching. Dr. Ha is working in the lab of Ross Nehm, Associate Professor of Ecology & Evolution.
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