The High School Honors Science Program (HSHSP) is a non-credit residential enrichment program for high school sophomores and juniors who want to live on a college campus during the summer and learn more about research. The topics are many:
The program is organized by the Division of Science Education and Department of Teacher Education; NSCL faculty participate as mentors.
What you learn: HSHSP students participate in research carried out by an NSCL group and also work on their own research project. Each student’s project results in a report.
When: Mid-June through early August
Cost: $2,100. This fee covers room, board and some instructional costs.
Sponsors: Division of Science Education and Department of Teacher Education