Confidence building through science: A glimpse into SRAP research life
The Student Research Apprenticeship Program (SRAP) is a paid summer
research program at the University of Wyoming for high school students in tenth through twelfth grade. It is sponsored by Wyoming EPSCoR and funded by the National Science Foundation. This
is the first of eleven stories about the laboratories where this year’s SRAP
students are working.
|Joshua George works in Dr. Gomelsky's molecular biology lab during SRAP in June.|