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The Council of Scientific Society Presidents gave Engelmann its annual Educational Research Award, which recognizes research that's been proven to improve student learning.
The Council of Scientific Society Presidents credited Engelmann with developing pioneering programs that have made educators rethink curriculum and the teaching of math and reading.
As Philip Zimbardo, president of the American Psychological Association, said at the November 2001 meeting of the Council of Scientific Society Presidents, "Terrorism is a social phenomenon." How can social scientists best be included with engineers, linguists, theologians, and others in post-9/11 efforts?
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