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May 14th, 2006

Academic excellence a big thing

Abstract:
Paige Johnson spends much of her time in a chemistry lab researching nanotechnology, or what she calls the "science of small things." But her influence on area school children through the Schusterman Mentor Program is certainly no small thing.

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