Group Summer Scholars Research Program (GSSRP)Applications due date: March 15, 2019The Group Summer Scholars Research Program (GSSRP) is a 6-week, hands-on research experience aimed at attracting and developing talented students who are interested in pursuing an education in a STEM field. Upon entering the program students are divided into small research teams that are paired with a faculty mentor conducting authentic scientific research in Analytical Chemistry, Virtual Reality & Scientific Visualization, Microbiomes & Bioinformatics, Cancer Biology, Computational Mathematics and Modern Drug Discovery. Students learn how to conduct basic and applied research during this program and develop a true appreciation of the scientific research process while contributing first hand to the acquisition of new scientific knowledge.The 2019 GSSRP runs from July 8 - August 15 (Mon-Thurs; 9am-4pm) and applications are now being accepted. The application deadline is March 15th. For more information, you can visit our website at: www.kean.edu/summer-
scholarPlease note that scholarships are provided to low-income families and those with financial need to help cover the cost of the program ($1,700). This is currently not an overnight program; students are responsible for getting themselves to and from Kean University each day.BOLD Summer CampApplications due date: March 31, 2019We would like to announce the 9th annual BOLD Summer camp. BOLD Camp (BioCONECT Oncology Leadership Development) is a unique summer learning opportunity for students who have an interest in learning about cellular biology and genetics of cancer, as well as the diverse careers connected to the field.
High school-aged students are invited to apply for the BOLD Summer Camp - July 8-12, 2019: Applications are now available and will be accepted until March 31 at www.cinj.org/boldUSA Chemistry OlympiadThe U.S. Chemistry Olympiad is scheduled for Tues, March 5th periods 10-12 in the media center.To sign up: https://www.quizcase.com/
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Governor's School of New Jersey ProgramsThe Governor’s School of New Jersey is a summer residential program for your best and brightest juniors to focus on their interest in STEM subjects. Governor’s School scholars are introduced to college-level topics across STEM disciplines. They participate in course work, hands-on experiences, and team projects with peers who share their passion for STEM studies. They are taught by college and high school faculty who inspire their scholars to pursue the study of STEM subjects that will lead them to careers in these fields.Governor’s School in the SciencesFor more information and to apply: http://www.nj.gov/govschool/sciences.shtmlGovernor’s School of Engineering & TechnologyFor more information and to apply: http://www.nj.gov/govschool/engineering-technology.shtmlCongratulations to Ishan Arya on being accepted to the 2017 Governor's School of Engineering and Technology!
Columbia Science Honors ProgramThe Columbia University Science Honors Program (SHP) is a Saturday morning program specifically designed for high school students in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. Classes are held on the Columbia University Morningside Campus during the entire academic year from September through May.For more information: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/shp/index.html
Cornell Engineering AcademiesThe CURIE and CATALYST Academies are one-week summer residential programs for high school students who excel in math and science, enjoy solving problems, and want to learn more about careers in engineering. The target population for the CURIE Academy are rising junior and senior women students of all backgrounds, while the target population for the CATALYST Academy are rising junior and senior male and female students from backgrounds (African American, Native American/Alaska Native, Latino/a and Pacific Islander) severely underrepresented in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines.For more information:
Real World Design Challenge Registration AvailableThe Real World Design Challenge (RWDC) is an annual competition that provides high school students, grades 9-12, the opportunity to work on real world engineering challenges in a team environment. Each year, student teams will be asked to address a challenge that confronts our nation's leading industries. Students will utilize professional engineering software to develop their solutions and will also generate presentations that convincingly demonstrate the value of their solutions. The RWDC provides students with opportunities to apply the lessons of the classroom to the technical problems that are being faced in the workplace.