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Recent graduates' final inquiry action project comes to life in new education access program

On Feb. 1, 2024, GFP graduate Ginger Levinson '23 of Nashville, Tennessee, will launch a new environmental/ STEM education access program—La Vergne Public Library Learning Links—in her community...

Recent graduates' final inquiry action project comes to life in new education access program

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On Feb. 1, 2024, GFP graduate Ginger Levinson '23 of Nashville, Tennessee, will launch a new environmental/ STEM education access programLa Vergne Public Library Learning Linksin her community as a result of her master's coursework. The program will allow community members to check out membership cards to the Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center and the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring for free.

For this project, Levinson worked closely with the Director of the La Vergne Public Library, Donna Bebout, as well as other community organizations to build a successful community partnership program based on research from her final Inquiry Action Project (IAP).

Levinson earned a Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) in the Biological Sciences from Miami through Project Dragonfly‘s GFP while working as a Standardized Patient in the medical education department at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

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