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More than 60 young women in science
from 15 rural Washington high schools have conducted Long-Term
Research Projects (LTRPs) in their communities.
What is a LTRP?
A Long-Term Research Project is field-based and
takes place over a period of time (9 months or more). Read about
designing the LTRP process.
To prepare for science in the field, young women conducted mini-LTRPs at
the Rural Girls in Science two-week science camp. Read about their
projects and their results.
LTRP Field Notes
Read about the field adventures of young women in science as they
completed their Long-Term Research Projects in their
Girls in Science- Meeting the Challenge Through a Comprehensive
funded by the National Science Foundation Project
Dr. Angela B. Ginorio, Principal Investigator
Rural Girls in Science Program
Imogen Cunningham Hall Box
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195 (206) 543-7476 FAX (206)