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For High School Students
The National Science Foundation’s Center for Mid-Infrared Technologies for Health and the Environment (MIRTHE) may have opportunities for a small number of high school students to conduct research with MIRTHE faculty members at Princeton University for a six week internship, from June 30 to August 8, 2014. Information about MIRTHE and outreach and education activities is available at the Center’s website.
Laboratory Learning Program
In support of Princeton University’s education and research mission, the University hosts exceptional high school students each summer to conduct research under the mentorship of Princeton faculty, staff, and students. A select number of highly-motivated students from a large pool of outstanding applicants will be offered an opportunity to join a state-of-the-art research project. Faculty and research staff volunteer as mentors to provide high school students with this first-hand education in independent research in the fields of engineering and natural sciences. The number of opportunities varies each year and is typically in the range of twenty to forty students total.
- Students must be 16 years of age or older by the time the research experience begins.
- Students must be enrolled in high school. Students who will graduate before the summer research are not eligible. Students who have graduated from high school but have not yet turned 18 may contact the office of the dean for research to discuss their particular situation.
- All students must have their own housing and reliable transportation to and from the research settings. The Laboratory Learning Program is not a summer camp. For this reason, most of the LLP students come from the central NJ region.
- Students must be US citizens, Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs), or international students currently in the United States attending a U.S. high school.
- Specific research opportunities may have additional eligibility criteria.
At Princeton University, we believe that the highest levels of research, scholarship, and teaching are obtained only through the combined participation of people with a diversity of viewpoints, backgrounds, and experiences. For this reason, the University welcomes under-represented and socio-economically disadvantaged students and faculty and provides an environment that embraces all races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, and physical abilities.
Faculty mentors who wish to offer a research opportunity to a high school student in 2014 should begin the process by submitting a research opportunity.
DO NOT CONTACT FACULTY DIRECTLY to pre-arrange research opportunities for the summer of 2014.
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