Caught in the Act

By Dr. Rosemary Davidson, STEM Coordinator
“Honors Chemistry” students carrying out flame tests on metallic elements and observing emission spectrums of the Noble Gases.

“ACC Forensics” students examining a crime scene investigation and collecting the evidence they need to determine how the victim perished and who was the most likely suspect for the crime.

Kara Greger ’20 working on her independent research project on the root systems of different millet mutations at the Danforth Plant Science Center. Kara will be presenting the results of her research at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting in Washington, D. C. Emma Mueller ’20, Margie Lodes ’20 and Mrs. Katie Lodes will also be presenting at this international conference. Click here to find out more about AGU.

ACP Anatomy & Physiology students taking their lab practical on tissues.
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