Program helps plant STEM seed for some Ind. students

07/18/2013 | South Bend Tribune (Ind.)

Through Project SEED, a program founded by the American Chemical Society, 10 high-school students from St. Joseph and Elkhart counties in Indiana, are working in research labs at Notre Dame or Indiana University School of Medicine-South Bend. Students in the program, which targets economically disadvantaged teens -- earn a $2,500 stipend for their efforts and learn from professors who also serve as mentors.

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