The 2015 Pennsylvania Governor’s School has concluded another successful summer. Now in its second consecutive year, the four-week residential program for talented high school students offers experiences rich in science, technology, engineering, and math, emphasizing problem-solving, cooperative learning, and hands-on labs.
Laura Moyer, manager of Metallography, Light Optical Microscopy, and X-ray Diffraction, serves as co-academic advisor to the program.
“The goal is to help students think about the advancements in technology, where things are going. They had to pick a topic and focus on technological obstacles, but also think through the ethical, legal, environmental, and social consequences of those technologies.”
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