By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications
How many high schoolers spend 40 hours a week in June and July studying cells under a microscope to see if they will turn into cancer? That’s how Scecina’s Natalia McCallister (left) spent her summer vacation, and she was happy for the opportunity to work eight weeks at the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center.
Natalia’s path to cancer research started in Scecina’s classrooms, specifically in the four-year Project Lead the Way Biomedical Science sequence.
Never heard of Project Lead the Way? It’s a national initiative, with ... Read More