Please join us on Saturday, December 10th at 3:00pm in the Nest for a talk by Dr. Daniel Schmidt, Associate Professor of Plastics Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Dr. Schmidt will be speaking about Bisphenol A, or BPA, an industrial chemical that has been used to
As the dust settles in this post-election season, the OWHL would like to propose one possible issue for unification: news literacy. As educators, we want to prepare our students to pursue and analyze the news so that they in turn can become informed, engaged citizens. How can we do th
Thanks to an Abbot grant, the OWHL is excited to announce its latest project: The Bell Tower: an anthology of student work. The Bell Tower will be a curated collection of exemplary student work produced over the course of a single school year in all disciplines, published in print and
Students in Phillips Academy's senior elective Journalism class wrote the following stories about the unusual, extraordinary, contentious, unprecedented, stunning Presidential campaign and election of 2016.
Please join us on Wednesday, November 2nd at 7pm a NestED talk by Jon Gertner, the Editor-at-large at Fast Company Magazine. Gertner writes and edits features on technology, innovation, and is the author of The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation (2012).
The research presented here examines many now dominant political, economic, and social issues, including increased political polarization, voter dissatisfaction, deep distrust of government, and the increasingly wide differences between the Democratic and Republican coalitions.
The OWHL is excited to announce the start of the OWHL Research Scholars Program, a student-driven program where participants can research their passions, discover new interests, and grow their information and digital literacy skills. Click through to learn more!