Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences Opportunity for Students – Jan 31
A 5-week, free, intensive STEM summer program for rising seniors is being held at Carnegie Mellon University. At least one qualified student from each Intermediate Unit will be accepted to ensure that students attend from across the state.
Due to budget and scheduling constraints, heterogeneous talent among student bodies, and limited local resources, it is understandably difficult for most schools to deliver advanced research opportunities in STEM to students with special abilities and talents in these fields.
The Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences meets this need by providing advanced study in mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, and biology, along with hands-on laboratory research in the cutting-edge facilities at Carnegie Mellon University.
Applications due January 31, 2023.
All information is located HERE.
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