Seton Hill University Welcomes Middle Schools

During April, the gifted classes of Penn and Trafford Middle Schools visited Seton Hill University for a STEM program. Dr. Donna Ward, a Penn-Trafford resident, invited the students to campus. Students participated in hands-on activities in many of the University‚Äôs departments including Chemistry, Nutrition, Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, and Forensic Science. 

 

Penn Middle School 6th-graders Declan Joyce and PJ Eiseman explore the Physician Assistant Lab

Penn Middle School 6th-graders Declan Joyce and PJ Eiseman explore the Physician Assistant Lab

 

Penn Middle students Ezza Lapcevic (grade 7, front) and Altesse Dongfack Dongmo (grade 6, back) try out the Chemistry Lab

Penn Middle students Ezza Lapcevic (grade 7, front) and Altesse Dongfack Dongmo (grade 6, back) try out the Chemistry Lab

 

Penn Middle students Noah Hopkinson (grade 7) and Grady Swartz (grade 8) try the equipment in the Forensics Lab

Penn Middle students Noah Hopkinson (grade 7) and Grady Swartz (grade 8) try the equipment in the Forensics Lab

 

Trafford Middle School 8th-grader Owen Slacker in the Forensics Lab

Trafford Middle School 8th-grader Owen Slacker in the Forensics Lab