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Ying-Chih Chen to be awarded with the 2014 NARST Outstanding Paper Award and the Jhumki Basu Equity Scholars Award

STEM Education Center's Ying-Chih Chen will be awarded the 2014 NARST Outstanding Paper Award for his paper, "Tracing Elementary Students' Use of Talk and Writing for Knowledge Development through Argument-Based Inquiry". Chen will be presented with a plaque at the Awards Luncheon held during the 2014 NARST International conference on April 1st, 2014 in Pittsburgh, PA.

Ying-Chih Chen will also be receiving the Jhumki Basu Equity Scholars Award at the 2014 NARST International conference. Chen will present his research at the Jhumki Basu Scholars Symposium and receive his award at that time. He is also encouraged to attend the Equity and Ethics Committee Pre-conference workshop for scholars from underrepresented groups as well as other Equity and Ethics events.

Please join us in congratulating Ying-Chih Chen on his hard work and well-deserved honors!

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