Seton Hill's Future Scholars Program Introduces Young Learners to STEM Professions

Amalene Cooper-Morgan, assistant professor of chemistry, created a program that puts Seton Hill science majors who are studying to be teachers into local K-12 schools to teach science lessons. Now in its second year, the Future Scholars Program is gaining in popularity, with new schools signing up to participate.

Read more about this initiative in the 10/19/22 Tribune-Review article "A Passion for Science: Seton Hill Program Pairs College, High Schools with STEM Education."

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