By Emily FeltmanTarleton State University in Pennsylvania has created a new program called Science for All.
This new program, which has been named Science for ALL, will take students through a year-long course on how science is changing the world.
The program is designed to encourage students to explore and use science as a tool for social change.
Students will learn how to work in the field, how to engage in science-based advocacy and how to apply science to solve their own problems.
The program will be offered at a new school, Tarleton State, which will be the first to offer this kind of program, in the U.S.
The new school will also be a model for other schools, including the University of Colorado, which plans to offer an integrated science curriculum at its Boulder campus in 2019.