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|Title: ||Community Involvement in Environmental Research|
|Other Titles: ||SWEEP: Storm Water Environmental Education Project|
|Authors: ||Baxter, Buck|
|Keywords: ||Cypress Middle School|
Ekstrom, Carol L.
|Date Issued: ||1-Jul-2008|
|Series/Report no.: ||Photo File|
|Abstract: ||These are images of Cypress Middle School students participating in URCAS, 2005. SWEEP is an after-school program that partners Rhodes College and Cypress Middle School to focus on science and environmental education. It was funded by an EPA grant for 2002-2003, an Associated Colleges of the South, Campus/Community Partners grant for 2004, a Congressionally Directed Grant for 2004-2006, and a HUD COPC grant for 2005-2007. Rhodes students Katie Holtkamp, Lorrayne Mallot, Elza Crocco, and Richard Johnson ’04 and students in Prof. Ekstrom's Geology 214 have worked with Cypress SWEEP students on a variety of projects.
Our SWEEP partners are Cypress Middle School science teachers Brenda Pritle, Kimberly Jones; Cypress Middle School Principal Raymond Vasser; Cypress Middle School students Jerome Bolton, Fiesha Brown, Shaloma Condon, Terry Donald, Jessica French, Sierra Harris, Arianna Jones, Anntanise Lewis, Rodrequize Mcatee, Genita Mitchell, Roderick Moore, Kai Owens, Demetrius Pirtle, Lavla Robinson, Rosa, Curnessia Sanders, Walterina Settie, Erica Settie, Chris Smith, Brandon Wallace, Sankeisha Washington, Jessica Wiley, Dangelous Williams, Ebony Williams; A.K.A. Sorority; Dr. Alfred Hall, Memphis City Schools; and Tom Lawrence and Sharon Gordon, City of Memphis.|
|Description: ||Born digital|
|Appears in Collections:||Events|
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