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At Bishop Dunn Memorial School in Newburgh, young scholars had the opportunity to engage in hands-on science experiments with students from Mount Saint Mary College. Led by Jodie Fahey, an associate professor of Chemistry at the Mount, the college students mentored the children in various projects that explored the pH levels of household liquids and encouraged them to form their own hypotheses.

Mount Saint Mary College student Ashley Leonor from New Windsor, N.Y. impressed Bishop Dunn Memorial School students with a density experiment during the event on March 19. The close relationship between the college and Bishop Dunn allows for collaboration and support between the two institutions. Mount Education students often engage in fieldwork at Bishop Dunn, gaining valuable experience under the guidance of experienced faculty members.

Principal Nancy Benfer, a Mount grad from the class of ’04, is just one example of the strong connection between the college and Bishop Dunn. Many graduates from Mount Saint Mary College go on to work at Bishop Dunn, contributing to the school’s success and mission of providing a well-rounded education to its students. Through initiatives like the recent science event, both institutions are able to work together to inspire and educate the next generation of scholars and scientists.

Bishop Dunn Memorial School has a rich history, being founded in 1883 on the Mount campus. The school is dedicated to

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