|Principal Brother Joseph Jozwiak, FSC and Kathleen Hanson, Assistant Principal for the Junior High, congratulate Sloane Nicoletti Watson, who was selected to participate in the Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Horizons Program summer camp.|
Sloane Nicoletti-Watson will participate in the Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Horizons Program summer camp June 24-28 at Syracuse University.
Now in its 20th year, the program offers local seventh and eighth graders an interactive look at the field of science. Since its inception, more than 800 students have participated in the weeklong free program.
Fully funded by Bristol-Myers Squibb, Science Horizons gives students an opportunity to learn from science and engineering faculty, medical personnel, and working scientists and technologists, while taking part in hands-on activities and demonstrations both on and off campus. Students also visit the pathology and cardiology departments at Crouse Hospital, where they examine organs, learn about diseases, and study the human heart.
Also highlighted during the week is a visit to Bristol’s Thompson Road facility. Students learn about the research and development processes at the pharmaceutical plant through a series of interactive sessions and have lunch with the scientists and engineers.
Nicoletti-Watson will be a freshman at CBA this fall.
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