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Students teach science to others through service learning projects

Several students in the College of Science recently took part in the Service Learning Expo where they talked about the projects they took on over the semester.

They ranged from teaching elementary school students the basics of biology, to helping Latino women prepare for an exam. Each one was well thought-out and required teamwork amongst all those involved.

Here are some photos from the Expo.

Citizen Schools Indirect, Presenter Fayez Ghazi

Citizen Schools Indirect, Presenter Fayez Ghazi

Partners of United South End Settlements, Presenters Lilly Ryll, Alyssa Duren-Lubanski, Maranda Bowers, Vazgen Arutiyian, Dante Del Priore, Atira Nair, Kelly Gorman, Siddarth Ganguri, Sophie Kurz-Cosgrove, and Nikki Gade

Partners of United South End Settlements, Presenters Lilly Ryll, Alyssa Duren-Lubanski, Maranda Bowers, Vazgen Arutiyian, Dante Del Priore, Atira Nair, Kelly Gorman, Siddarth Ganguri, Sophie Kurz-Cosgrove, and Nikki Gade

Science Club for Girls Curriculum Design, Presenters Nicole Marvas, Samara Sober, Gabrielle Galicia, and Mira Hartwig

Science Club for Girls Curriculum Design, Presenters Nicole Marvas, Samara Sober, Gabrielle Galicia, and Mira Hartwig

Microbes at Orchard Gardens, Presenters Sarah Menck, Isabella Miele, Harrison Dieuveuil, and Brenden Mullaley

Microbes at Orchard Gardens, Presenters Sarah Menck, Isabella Miele, Harrison Dieuveuil, and Brenden Mullaley

Service-Learning and Life: Teaching Health and Biology with Mujeres Unidas Avanzando, Presenters Griffin Rademacher, Melissa Franco, Nadine El-Bawab, Kaleb Kelley, Amanda Glynn, Nikki Patel, and Christina Langone

Service-Learning and Life: Teaching Health and Biology with Mujeres Unidas Avanzando, Presenters Griffin Rademacher, Melissa Franco, Nadine El-Bawab, Kaleb Kelley, Amanda Glynn, Nikki Patel, and Christina Langone

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