[NHDOE-ETNews] Chemistry opportunity for one junior or senior high school student at Dartmouth
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Wed May 18 10:46:30 EDT 2016
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ITEM: Chemistry opportunity for one junior or senior high school student at Dartmouth
Please share this information with any interested qualified students and their families. Please note that the application deadline is June 1. A very brief application form and a program flyer are attached. Applicants will also need to have a high school science teacher submit a letter of recommendation. All materials should be submitted by email to Professor Ivan Aprahamian, ivan.aprahamian at dartmouth.edu<mailto:ivan.aprahamian at dartmouth.edu>
The American Chemical Society Project SEED summer research program opens new doors for economically disadvantaged students to experience what it's like to be a chemist. Students entering their junior or senior year in high school are given a rare chance to work alongside scientist-mentors on research projects in industrial, academic, and federal laboratories, discovering new career paths as they approach critical turning points in their lives. More about Project SEED<http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/students/highschool/seed.html?_ga=1.80700567.1040695438.1460656537>
Project SEED at Dartmouth College:
Associate Professor of Chemistry at Dartmouth College, Ivan Aprahamian is offering a SEED summer internship to one eligible student from the area. The student will work in Assistant professor Ke's lab to synthesize polymers for 3D printers and study their behavior using different spectroscopies.
In order to qualify, a student must be recognized as economically disadvantaged. Preference will be given to students whose maximum family income does not exceed 200% of the current Federal Poverty Guidelines based on family size (http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty).
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