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Week 3 – Middle for STEM Schooling

Week 3 – Middle for STEM Schooling


This week marked the midway level of the 2023 Younger Students Program!

Throughout Week 2, which was abbreviated for the Fourth of July, college students attended a presentation from Sara Hashmi (ChemE) on “Squishing Advanced Fluids By Small Areas,” in addition to a session about analysis studying contracts from Pam Mabrouk (Chemistry/Chemical Biology).

On Monday of Week 3, Mark Casto (Amesbury Excessive College) led an exercise on making a backpack utilizing the engineering design course of.

Lunch seminar with Erin Cram

On Wednesday, Erin Cram (Biology) hosted a lunch seminar on “All the pieces You Wished to Know About Worms.”

On Thursday, the Younger Students have been joined by our REU college students on a discipline journey to the Northeastern Marine Science Middle at Nahant. Led by Sierra Muñoz and co-op pupil Emily Jerome, college students spent the morning interacting with wildlife via the middle’s contact tanks, visiting the Muñoz Lab to study soil sampling, and  investigating coastal ecosystems and invasive species with the Kimbro Lab. This was adopted by a presentation from Remy Gatins on how marine biodiversity is affected by evolutionary processes.

After lunch, college students went out to the shore to gather knowledge reminiscent of pH, salinity, temperature, and wildlife in numerous tidal zones.

As we progress into the second half of this system, college students will proceed their analysis and start making ready for closing displays.

2023 REUs + YSPs at Nahant



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