Sara in San Francisco and Philly

Sophomore Sara Neville isn't waiting until her senior year to dive into undergraduate research.  In Summer 2009, Sara was selected to participate in the National Science Foundation's GeoTeach Program through a workshop on Transforming Earth System Science Education.  Through her research with the program, she presented her research at two national conferences.

Presented at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Annual Conference, December 2009, San Francisco, CA
Neville, S., & L. Guertin. 2009. Using a Google Earth QUEST to improve Earth science, reading, and geographic literacy. EOS Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract ED53A-0533. (LINK to abstract)

Sara_AGU.JPG


Presented at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Annual Conference, March 2010, Philadelphia, PA
Neville, S., & L. Guertin. Going on a Google Earth QUEST. National Earth Science Teacher Association Share-A-Thon. March 19, 2010.

NevilleNSTA2010.JPG

Recent Entries

Honors Scholars to Host GMO Food Debate
On Wednesday, December 11, honors scholars enrolled in 301H will host a public debate during common hour (12:30 - 1:30pm)…

An Evening with the Chancellor
On Monday, September 23, all honors scholars had the unique privilege of being invited to spend an evening with the…

Honors Scholars Join the Fight Against Hunger with Philabundance
To start the fall semester at Penn State Brandywine, a group of more than 30 honors scholars enrolled in STS…

It's Graduation Season! May 4, 2013
Earlier this month, after four years of hard work and months of dedicated research to their senior theses, Rebecca Brophy,…

Scholars Honored at the 2013 Academic Recognition Ceremony
Every year, Penn State Brandywine celebrates the outstanding work and achievements of undergraduates at the annual Academic Recognition Ceremony. Students…