High school research intern program


Our 2018-2019 Research Interns. These students attended the Western Regional Math Fair March 23, 2019. From left to right: Bailey Phillips, Caroline Miranda (Honorable Mention), Nathan Brown (First Prize), Aimee Wucherer (Third Prize), Alex Meade (Honorable Mention.)

Our 2018-2019 Research Interns. These students attended the Western Regional Math Fair March 23, 2019. From left to right: Bailey Phillips, Caroline Miranda (Honorable Mention), Nathan Brown (First Prize), Aimee Wucherer (Third Prize), Alex Meade (Honorable Mention.)




STEM Education and Outreach will take on several high school research interns to complete research projects in mathematics for the 2019-2020 school year, under the direction of Dr. Ashley White.

Students will begin with a month long reading period in July 2019, then beginning in August students will select a research topic, and meet weekly with Dr. White to discuss their progress. 

Students that make sufficient progress on their research projects will have the opportunity to present their findings at local and national research presentations, science fairs, and competitions. 

The internship is offered at no cost to the student, but small contributions for travel and accommodations may required if the student is to attend long distance conferences. Some funding assistance will be available for travel.  

Applications for the 2019-2020 school year will be available soon. If you are interested in applying, please fill out the interest form below and we will send you the 2019-2020 application when it is available. 

 

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