Texas A&M University | Educational Human Resources
The Educational Human Resources Department at Texas A&M University on Academia.edu
Actived: Thursday Jan 1, 1970
Ali Biçer | Texas A&M University - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) The results of the present study indicated that students' interest in mathematics and science majors and careers statistically significantly increased from pre-to post-survey after they received the STEM PBL summer camp intervention. However, the differences from pre-to post-survey in students' interest in engineering majors and careers were ...
Gary Wingenbach | Texas A&M University - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) The purpose of this study was to explore agricultural science teachers' knowledge levels and attitudes toward biotechnology topics. The average agricultural science teacher in this study was a 37 year old male who had taught for 12 years. He had a bachelor's degree and had lived or worked on a farm or ranch.
Mehmet C Ayar | Texas A&M University - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) The study findings indicated that the robotics summer camp was different from regular science classrooms in terms of goals, practical work, and social structure. The robotics summer camp provided students with the opportunity to engage in robotics activities and have personal interactions with engineering researchers about engineering and their ...
Zelun Wang | Texas A&M University - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) Zelun Wang, Texas A&M University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Graduate Student. Studies International Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology Research (IJCSEITR), Vocal tract Modelling, and
Hyeran Jo | Texas A&M University - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) Hyeran Jo, Texas A&M University, Political Science Department, Faculty Member. Studies Political Science and International Law. Hyeran Jo is a political scientist who studies international institutions, international law, trade, and political
Texas A&M University | Health science center - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) Development, Biological Sciences, RNA interference, Drosophila Inhibition of SREBP transcriptional activity by a boron-containing compound improves lipid homeostasis in diet-induced obesity Dysregulation of lipid homeostasis is intimately associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases.
John Adams | Texas A&M University - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) John Adams, Texas A&M University, Ecosystem Science and Management Department, Undergraduate. Studies Agroecology, Critical Pedagogy, and Community. I am interested in 1) what forms of social organization/practice and agroecological
Texas A&M University | Soil and Crop Sciences - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) Crop Science Registration of 'NI04421' hard red winter wheat ABSTRACT Water for irrigation is a major constraint in the Great Plains, and it is expected that the proportion of irrigated crop land to grow irrigated wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), which requires less water than other crops, will...
Chen Yang | Texas A&M University - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) Chen Yang. Texas A&M University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Graduate Student. Unfollow. Unblock. Other Affiliations: add. Research Interests: COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING and Opportunistic routing protocl. edit.
Texas A&M University | Nutrition and Food Science ...
Posted: (52 years ago) Food Science and Technology Nutritional, Microbial and Sensory Properties of Flat-Bread (kitta) Prepared from Blends of Maize (Zea mays L.) and Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato (Ipomoea batatas L.) Flours Vitamin-A deficiency is a major public health problem in developing countries including Ethiopia.
Tracy Hammond | Texas A&M University - Academia.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) more Director of the Institute for Engineering Education & Innovation, Director of Sketch Recognition Lab, and Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, Dr. Hammond is an international leader in activity recognition (focusing on eye, body, and sketch motions), haptics, intelligent fabrics ...