ISAT grant to benefit local high school students


 

Sam Taylor | The JMU Breeze

The value of an education may be priceless, yet for many public school science programs, costs seem to be a major obstacle in exposing students to a sound, scientific education.

After receiving a mini-grant from the JMU Faculty Senate, as previously reported by The Breeze, Stephanie Stockwell, a JMU assistant professor of integrated science and technology, is hoping to combat this obstacle with her new project. The project involves a team of Stockwell and two JMU students who will be working in conjunction with Harrisonburg High School on a yearlong initiative that involves collecting a variety of soil microbes. Read the full story on the JMU Breeze website

Published: Sunday, October 25, 2015

Last Updated: Thursday, March 17, 2016

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