4 St. Stephens School students selected for competitive science program at University of Wyoming

St. Stephens School announced today, February 24th, that four students will participate in the Summer Research Apprenticeship Program at the University of Wyoming (UW). This highly competitive science program only accepts 12 students per year and provides hands-on scientific research and presentation experience.

Laura Brown, Jessica Goggles, Tatiana Montoya, and Zariah Whiteplume all worked extremely hard to be selected for the program, St. Stephens School shared. They will spend six weeks living on the UW campus, completing field and lab work for researchers and faculty at UW. They will also receive a stipend for the work they complete during the summer.

A message from St. Stephens School:


We are extremely proud of these young ladies and their hard work and dedication to their education. We are sure that they will have a fun and extremely educational summer this year! Congratulations, girls!

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