The RISE program offers economically disadvantaged and minority students in local high schools the opportunity to experience real-world science research. All of its alumni have attended college. Read the full article here.
To read about the summer activities of the 2010 RISE High School Internship Program, click here.
Read about the 2010 Stanford Summer Research Program for Teachers in the Stanford Report.
Sequoia High School students are the first to reproduce a cutting-edge technique for creating glowing jellyfish proteins outside of a living organism, thanks to Jim Swartz, a Stanford chemical engineering professor and his graduate student Cem Albayrak.
The National Science Foundation's insistence that every research project addresses 'broader impacts' leaves many researchers baffled. Corie Lok takes a looks at the system.
Stanford researcher Andrew Spakowitz and Stanford's Office of Science Outreach are spotlighted in this May 2010 news feature in Nature magazine.
Columbia University's Summer Research Program for Teachers has been tracking teacher and student data for many years. The program's impact is described in the October 16, 2009 issue of Science.
Read an August 2008 article about the Office of Science Outreach Summer Internship Program for HS Students.
The Office of Science Outreach (OSO) is helping heed this call to arms by enabling Stanford faculty to share the wonders of math, science and engineering with the general public, as well as excite K-12 students and teachers through two summer programs