YOUNGSTOWN — As Dashana Brown closely watched a test tube filled with a hydrogenated green pea mixture, her eyes lit up as she could see strings of DNA material that could be analyzed.

Brown, 12, a student at Lincoln PK-8 School in Warren, was one of more than 140 students attending Youngstown State University’s 20th annual Edward W. Powers Women in STEM Workshop and Lecture Series.

“Coming here has opened my eyes to careers I did not think or know about,” Brown said. “I would not have thought about forensics.”

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