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In "retirement", Helen has been working on K-12 science education, bilingual education, and more. Google "Helen Quinn" or "Helen Quinn Science Framework", or check out
<http://www.nap.edu/catalog/13165/a-framework-for-k-12-science-education-practices-crosscutting-concepts>
or
<https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/microsites/ostp/Helen-Quinn-presentation.pdf>

For more pomp and a little circumstance, see the nearby folder " 11/5/2007 Helen receives the Order of Australia on board HMAS Sydney in San Francisco harbor".

To see a complete picture of Helen's honors and awards, you need to also check out the USA scrapbook. There is some overlap, but neither folder covers it all.
BS (1963), PhD in Physics (1967), Stanford UniversityMember, American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1998)Seal of the Ameerican Academy of Arts and SciencesHelen Quinn Colors In the First CPEP Poster (2)Standard Model of Fundamental Particles and InteractionsThe Charm of Strange Quarks: Mysteries and Revolutions of Particle PhysicsThe Charm of Strange Quarks, Back CoverDirac Medal (2000)Dirac Medal (2000) (at bottom)Honorary Degree, University of Notre Dame (2002)Seal of the University of Notre DameHonorary Degree, University of Notre Dame (2002)Member, US National Academy of Sciences (2003)Seal of the National Academy of SciencesSonnet on the Occasion of Helen's 60th BirthdaySonnet on the Occasion of Helen's 60th BirthdayPhoto accompanying Birthday SonnetPresident, American Physical Society (2004)Honorary Officer, Order of Australia (2005)Seal on the Award, Order of Australia