nonscience


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nonscience

(ˌnɒnˈsaɪəns)
n
that which is not science or scientific
adj
relating to that which is not science
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But I went to a small liberal arts college and had to take nonscience subjects, too.
Teaching biotechnology through case studies - Can we improve higher order thinking skills of nonscience majors?
Science motivation questionnaire II: validation with science majors and nonscience majors.
Song P Bacterial monologue: an engaging writing activity for nonscience majors.
It is important to have books like A Sugar Creek Chronicle written for nonscience citizens.
Science Motivation Questionnaire: Construct Validation with Nonscience Majors.
In addition, the presence of each of the following themes was coded: 1) human impact or human-environment relationship, 2) policy implications (including "sustainability" or "remediation"), 3) ethics or philosophy, 4) for nonscience majors, and 5) for teacher certification.
Abele, Penprase, and Ternes (2013) conducted a retrospective review of the records of nursing students from a Midwestern university to see if their performance in pre-nursing, nonscience courses could serve as predictors of success in nursing.
Course-based research experiences (CREs) are powerful strategies to spread these gains in learning and persistence to all students, both science majors and nonscience majors (AAAS 2011).
Allow nonscience or engineering majors to be eligible for the R&D investment tax deduction
I want to address a different but related point, agreeing with the bill's sponsor, Lamar Smith, that it is incumbent on the publicly funded science community--just as it is on elected and appointed government officials--to say and convey to the nonscience public: "I work for you--and I look forward to telling you how, and to answering your questions.
His publications include Science, Nonscience, and Nonsense: Approaching Environmental Literacy (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995) and a blog for The Huffington Post.