AMRE | Community Water

Students pose for Community water project at The College of Wooster

Chamari Abercrombie ’24 | Neuroscience & Spanish
Layali Banna ’22 | Geology
Mazvita Chikomo ’22 | Environmental Geoscience
Grace Hodges ’23 | Biology & Political Science
Kai H. Leisher ’24 | History (Environmental Studies minor)
Luke Wilson ’24 | Mathematics & Physics
Ellen Yoon ’24 | Undecided (planning on Biology)

Advisors: Meagen Pollock and Greg Wiles

Special thanks to our sponsor: National Science Foundation





Posted in Experiential Learning, Experiential Learning Showcase 2021 on October 17, 2021.

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