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Michael C. Faleski, Ph.D.

Title: Professor

Company: Delta College

Location: Midland, MI

Midland, MI, January 22, 2016, Michael C. Faleski, Ph.D., Professor at Delta College, has been recognized by Elite American Educators for dedication, achievement and leadership in higher education. 266 more words

Higher Education

Stohlgren Aims to Reach a Greater Audience to Advance Critical Thinking Skills

Dr. Tom Stohlgren has taught “Critical Thinking” with Dr. Dan Binkley for decades, under different graduate-level course titles. This past summer, Stohlgren developed an online course, ESS381A, Critical Thinking for Ecosystem Science, aimed at undergraduates as a means to reach students earlier. 708 more words

Recent Publications

Another fail for the New York Times's science section

This is the third time I’ve gotten the paper copy of the New York Times and read its “ScienceTimes” section, determining the proportion of all science articles that are about “pure” science that has nothing to do with our species, versus those articles about health, global warming, and the like that are relevant to human well-being. 440 more words

Science Education

A Problem of Age

Quite presumably, one of the most important ‘facts’ that cause evolution to be a viable theory for the development of creatures is the age of the earth. 661 more words


Review of A.G. Riddle's Origin Mystery Series

Homo sapiens’ evolutionary “Great Leap Forward”, which occurred about 80,000 years ago, was a time period in which a rapid advancement in human behavior and tool production occurred.  26 more words

Book Review

Sci-Why: Canadian Children's science writers

Sci-Why is a Canadian children’s science writers blog and includes information about new children’s books, science news, links for kids and adults.

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