Science with a smile at Mitchell College

Daniella Goldberg, 13, right, and Jamie Boisoneau, 13, both seventh-graders at Pawcatuck Middle School, react after Goldberg successfully cracked open a practice chicken egg without damaging the egg's yolk during a workshop on life sciences Friday during the Girls and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Expo at Mitchell College in New London. The program, part of G2O, Generating Girls' Opportunities, and jointly sponsored by Mitchell, the Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund and Dominion, offered more than 120 middle school girls from Ledyard, Groton, Stonington, Norwich and other area districts a variety of workshops.

Daniella Goldberg, 13, right, and Jamie Boisoneau, 13, both seventh-graders at Pawcatuck Middle School, react after Goldberg successfully cracked open a practice chicken egg without damaging the egg's yolk during a workshop on life sciences Friday during the Girls and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Expo at Mitchell College in New London. The program, part of G2O, Generating Girls' Opportunities, and jointly sponsored by Mitchell, the Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund and Dominion, offered more than 120 middle school girls from Ledyard, Groton, Stonington, Norwich and other area districts a variety of workshops.

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