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The Director of the Army JROTC Visits the JSU Interdisciplinary Center for Nanotoxicity Summer Program

COL Willis, Dr. Leszczynski, COL Stinnett, & Ben Minnifield at the JSU ICN Summer Program
COL Willis, Dr. Leszczynski, COL Stinnett, & Ben Minnifield at the JSU ICN Summer Program
Photo Credit: COL Michael Stinnett
  • Posted on July 11th, 2019
  • 6th Brigade
    Event STEM Event

JACKSON, MS -- On July 11th Colonel Michael Stinnett, Director of the U.S. Army JROTC, visited Jackson State Univerity where the JSU Interdisciplinary Center for Nanotoxicity Summer Program is underway. This STEM camp has been in-progress for 30 days and has 60 JROTC Cadets participating. The JSU Interdisciplinary Center for Nanotoxicity Summer Program welcomes students from around the country and the world. Cadet teams presented what they learned over the past month to an enthusiastic audience!


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The Forsyth High School JROTC Color Guard
Teams Presenting What They Learned at the JSU ICN Summer Program
The Forsyth High School JROTC Color Guard
Teams Presenting What They Learned at the JSU ICN Summer Program
The Forsyth High School JROTC Color Guard
Teams Presenting What They Learned at the JSU ICN Summer Program