Devon Riter

Lower Brule Research Wins STEM Action Grant

Jul 10, 2018
Society for Science & The Public

A group that encourages teens in Lower Brule to do community research is receiving a grant from the Society for Science & the Public. Lower Brule Research works with middle and high school students who are interested in science and culture. 

Devon Riter currently works as a Robert Wood Johnson Culture of Health Leader and focuses on the nonprofit Lower Brule Research. He will join a project next week as Zeke Prado, a science teacher in Lower Brule will attempt to break the Guiness World Record for the largest explosive bubble.