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Students Discuss the Phipps Conservatory Fairchild Challenge

June 13, 2015 – 11:55 am | 1,372 views
IMG_8863 From 6-13-2016: Luke Smarra, Morgan Hayes (Montour Middle School), Michaela Brining, Kelsey Marshall, Elisa Gabriel (Shaler Area Middle School), Fiona Reigert and Calista Martin-Singer (The Ellis School) on their award-winning work during this year's Fairchild Challenge, a national program designed to foster environmental awareness and action in teens and coordinated locally by Phipps Conservancy & Botanical Gardens.

YES: Program for Research and Outreach on Gender Equity in Society (PROGRESS)

June 6, 2015 – 12:34 pm | 1,496 views
From 6-6-2015: Ally Byrom (8, Washington Elementary), Elia Gillespie (11, O’Hara Elementary School), Alanna Steals (12, Ellis School), and Alexandria Rushford (12, Ellis School), led by Kitty Julian and Ayonna Ledford, talking about what they learned in a recent empowerment workshop by the Program for Research and Outreach on Gender Equity in Society (PROGRESS).