In late May and early June each year, a team of student scientists from Trinity participate in the Seeds of Change Program in Costa Rica. Led by an international research team, students plan, organize, and conduct a college level experiment then present their findings both in Costa Rica and at home. Students also have time to do a service project and several local tours.
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