Delaware Valley students check sciences at Susquehanna University program

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:58

WESTFALL - Hundreds of high school students and teachers will travel to Susquehanna University over the next month to participate in five “In-Action Days,” designed to provide students with an introduction to a variety disciplines on the collegiate level. Each day also includes campus tours, lunch and career information. The first In-Action Day, “Science In-Action,” was held Friday, Sept. 30. and the event featured workshops on physics and astronomy, genetics, organic chemistry, earth and environmental science, molecular biology, mathematics and computer science, health care studies, and biochemistry. This year marks the 20th anniversary of “Science In Action.” Delaware Valley High School sent six seniors to “Science In-Action” Day. These students included: Brian Degraw, who attended the mathematics workshop; Jessica Reilly, who attended the genetics workshop; Jasper Schneider, who attended the physics and astronomy workshops; Sara Shatt, who attended the genetics workshop; Nicholas Dubee, who attended the earth and environmental science workshop; and Andrew Prudhoe, who attended the molecular biology workshop. They were accompanied by Mark Nebzydoski, a Biology Teacher. For more information on Susquehanna’s In-Action Days, visit