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  5. Shadowing Program – High School students 16 yrs of age,
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Publications about SMART Center

  1. Morse, R. (2009). How Scientists Do Science. Engaging Students in a Real-world Science Experience. Michigan Alliance of Gifted Educators NewsletterFall 2009.
  2.  Morse, R. (2010). The Authentic Science Experience: Student-directed Research in a Research Laboratory. Michigan Science Teachers Association Newsletter, Spring 2010
  3. Morse, P.D.,II, Morse, K.A., Heiss, A(2012). The Steppingstone Magnetic Resonance Training Center - Opportunities for Students and Faculty in a True Research Laboratory Setting. In R. Yager (Ed.), Exemplary science for building interest in STEM careers (pp. 145-159). Arlington, VA: NSTA Press.
  4. Morse, R. (2016). How to retire and still make a difference in the world with EPR. Chapter One. epr Newsletter, Volume 26(2), pp 25.

Publications by SMART Center students
  1. Uppal, S. (2012). Free Radical Generation during Roasting of Coffee Beans from Panama. epr Newsletter, Volume 22(1), pp 19.