March 28, 2007
Scientific Enrichment and Opportunity Program
The Center for Science, Health & Society is coordinating the Case School of Medicine's (SOM) role in partnership with the Cleveland Municipal School District (CMSD), and Hathaway Brown (HB) School, to establish the Scientific Enrichment and Opportunity (SEO) Program. This initiative brings SOM faculty talent and resources to bear on the CMSD through 1) the transfer of HB's Student Research Program (SRP) to students of both genders in the CMSD who demonstrate promise and interest in science, and 2) the implementation of teacher workshops run by SOM faculty designed to enhance teacher practices, generate student enthusiasm for science, and serve as a reinforcement and recruiting mechanism for the student research portion of the SEO Program.
Nathan A. Berger, MD, Hanna-Payne Professor of Experimental Medicine
Director, Center for Science, Health & Society
Case School of Medicine
Posted by: Debra Crawford March 28, 2007 01:56 PM
Category: Cleveland Metropolitan School District , Glenville , Hathaway Brown , Health , James Ford Rhodes , John F. Kennedy , K-12 Education , Life Long Learning , Other Schools , School of Medicine , Schools and Centers