Researchers celebrate a $1.5 million grant to help underrepresented CWI students pursue biomedical sciences degrees at Boise State. From left are Troy Rohn, Donna Llewellyn, Steve Lysne, Catherine Bates and Cheryl Jorcyk.
Researchers celebrate a $1.5 million grant to help underrepresented CWI students pursue biomedical sciences degrees at Boise State. From left are Troy Rohn, Donna Llewellyn, Steve Lysne, Catherine Bates and Cheryl Jorcyk. College of Western Idaho
Researchers celebrate a $1.5 million grant to help underrepresented CWI students pursue biomedical sciences degrees at Boise State. From left are Troy Rohn, Donna Llewellyn, Steve Lysne, Catherine Bates and Cheryl Jorcyk. College of Western Idaho

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