The School of Science is hosting a number of exciting summer programs for middle school, high school, college, and graduate students, as well as middle and high school teachers and college faculty. Each program has a unique aim, but all share the common goal of utilizing the resources of the School of Science to enrich the academic well being of their participants. All programs are supported by grants from external funding agencies.
The School of Science at Hampton University is pleased to
provide summer research opportunities for high school students in the
Hampton Roads area. The Nanoscience Transforming STEM (Science,
Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Education at Hampton University
(NanoHU) (funded by the National Science Foundation, or NSF), support
a six-week (Mon-Fri) non-residential, research-intensive program
where students are actively engaged projects in Interdisciplinary
Nanoscience (NanoHU). Participants will receive a stipend of $1000
total. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Application deadline: May 9, 2014.
Program Dates: June 16, 2014 – July 24, 2014
The Hampton University Graduate School (HUGS) is a summer school designed for second- and third-year graduate students in experimental and theoretical Nuclear/Particle physics.
This 8-week session provides engaging research in atmospheric sciences and space sciences using observations from NASA spacecraft and ground-based measurements from optical instrumentation, with a goal of understanding our home planet, Earth.