University offers range of summer learning opportunities

June 25, 2003 10:42 a.m.

The academic year has concluded, but an important season of learning and research at Princeton is just starting. Teachers and students from the New Jersey region and beyond will be on campus for a wide range of summer programs, which are led by University faculty, students and staff and are designed to develop participants' skills and expose them to cutting-edge research.

From high school students who will report and write newspaper articles to biology teachers who will learn how to perform DNA fingerprinting in their classes, the program participants come away with knowledge, technical resources and mentoring relationships that help them carry their work further in their own studies and classrooms.

More details about the programs are available in a news release.

Contact: Lauren Robinson-Brown (609) 258-3601