Harmony teacher Amanda Gigante was chosen to participate in a Nanotechnology Research Experience at Rice University this summer. Ms. Gigante will spend some time analyzing air quality observations and emissions inventories to assess the progress being made towards achieving EPA Clean Air Act Regulations. While working on this research she will develop a teaching module for incorporating a lesson about ozone and particulate matter air pollution into her classroom. “I think this opportunity will benefit greatly for my students as they will be able to build engineering and research skills through my participation in the program,” Amanda said.
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