Educating American College Students on Issues Associated with the Isolation of Radioactive Wastesby Donald H. Williams, Hope Coll, United States,
Abstract: A successful college-level course has been developed on issues associated with high-level and low-level radioactive waste. It emphasizes the background science. It has been taught to 150 non-science majors who report that their attitudes about radwaste and nuclear power have changed drastically. The course includes heavy doses of policy issues and student participation. Teaching strategies are included along with an outline of the topics presented.
Subject Headings: Radioactive wastes | Students | Colleges and universities | Nuclear power | Waste management
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