“ I have always wanted to go into the medical ﬁeld. 4-H showed me I can help people in so many ways—physically, mentally, emotionally.”— Diondra Dyer Bee Student Above: Dyer and a classmate research honey bee migration patterns as part of a Cornell Summer College course on conservation medicine. Right: Neurobiology and behavior graduate student Hailey Scoﬁeld addresses students as they prepare for hands-on activities related to bee swarming and behavior.
Photos by Lindsay France and Jason Koski HUMAN ECOLOGY 21
Published on Oct 21, 2015
Lighting a Fire: 4-H programs spark New York youth to pursue STEM careers and higher education, Vol. 43, No. 2. From a young age, 4-H teache...