Megan Davi, a junior at the Davidson Academy, was recently selected to serve as a World Science Scholar, an honor that few high school students worldwide received this year. Megan is one of the 40 students, ages 11 to 17, selected for the two-year program. She takes self-paced courses in science, technology, engineering and math–or STEM.
“We are taking a course about species spanning approaches to medicine,” Davi added. “Instead of just looking at medicine through the more traditional causal route of … what directly causes a given affliction, to look at .. why we’re evolutionarily primed to have the weaknesses that we have, and that’s also very interesting.”
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