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Science Stories Ep. 2: Trials & Terrors of High School Bio

March 16, 2012

Science Stories Ep. 2: Trials & Terrors of High School Bio
Author, storyteller, and teacher Matthew Dicks tells the story of his high-school arch nemesis, a biology teacher known as "Bunhead," in part two of our science-storytelling podcast series.

You can hear the final podcast from our February 2nd “Science Teachers” event over at the Story Collider. This week, they feature a story by our own Meghan Groom, Director of K12 Education and Science & the City at the AcademyScience & the City, on how teaching sex ed can throw you for a loop in more ways than one. Visit storycollider.org.

This session was taped in from of a live audience at 92YTribeca.