Hometown paper celebrates success of student, Regional Center for Math/Science
The Regional Center for Math and Science is a TRIO Upward Bound program that serves low-income, first-generation high school students from all over Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota. Students live on campus for six weeks each summer, taking classes, eating in the dining halls, and living in Roy Downham Hall — getting the true college experience. Adviser Myra Gilreath of RCMS shares a news clip about one of their second-year students (a senior), Miranda Stark, recently recognized in her local paper for her hard work in our program. “She’s an outstanding young woman, both academically and personally,” Gilreath says, “and we’re very proud to see that she’s being recognized in her home community as well as within our program.” Read the article for Miranda’s thoughts on RCMS and college and career plans. If you’d like to know more about RCMS, visit www.uwgb.edu/rcms, like them on Facebook at RCMS at UW-Green Bay, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also stop by their offices in Student Services 1721.