Opening the doors for future women scientists

SMHS student gets scholarship to ‘Women and Science’ program

 


Ninth grader Leila Randall, of Saratoga, has been accepted to Teton Science School’s Young Women and Science program from Nov. 1 to 6.

The Young Women and Science program focuses on engaging girls’ interest in science to inspire leadership in future women scientists. During the week in residence at Kelly Campus in Grand Teton National Park, Randall will focus on the ecology of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem including explorations of disturbance and fire ecology, biotic communities and the area’s unique wildlife, according to the Teton Science School. Each day is spent outdoors.

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