Lewis giving Romeoville High School students a cutting-edge research opportunity
ROMEOVILLE – A dozen Romeoville High School students have been selected to participate in a new academic science research collaboration project this summer and next school year at Lewis University.
“In setting up this unique partnership between RHS and Lewis University, we wanted to give students the opportunity to engage in high-level academic research using cutting-edge equipment and facilities,” said Romeoville High School science teacher Patrick Holden.
The Romeoville high School students will have the opportunity to study in the new 50,000 square foot Science Center addition at Lewis University.
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