Project SMART 2017

 

News (Past and present)

Highlights - 2012 - Students' Perspectives: Project SMART on youtube

A Rise and Fall That's Out of this World!: NBC News ; UNH Campus Journal

Project SMART Summer Institute, July 2 - July 27, 2012. Final Report

COLSA Newsletter: A Blossoming at the End of the STEM Fields.

SMART Seeks New Scientists

USDA Forest Service, NRS News Release April 5, 2011

Summer Search, Summer Experiential Learning Opportunities for Low-Income students.

Project SMART Receives USDA Grant to Promote Diversity. News Release

Project SMART Summer Institute 2011 has been awarded $30,000! News release.

 

Harlem Children Society, NY and Anatolia College in Thessaloniki, Greece join Project SMART

In the summer of 2009, Project SMART included the most diverse group of students in its then 19 year history. In collaboration with the Harlem Children Society (HCS – www.harlemchildrensociety.org ) and the Anatolia College in Thessaloniki, Greece ( http://www.anatolia.edu.gr ), it gave an entirely new dimension to Project SMART. The program offered a unique experience for aspiring young scientists (high school students) from inner-city high schools around New York, those from one of the distinguished schools in Greece, and from the rural backgrounds in New England (possibly a few students from Native American populations as well) to live together, and learn and do science at the University of New Hampshire (UNH).

Harlem Children Society students learning plant cloning at UNH during Project REIS@UNH - July 2008

Harlem Children Society students learning plant cloning at UNH during Project REIS@UNH - July 2008

Harlem Children Society students in the plant biotechnology laboratory at UNH during Project REIS@UNH - July 2008

Harlem Children Society students using the gene gun for transformation at UNH during Project REIS@UNH - July 2008

Harlem Children Society student using the gene gun for transformation at UNH during Project REIS@UNH - July 2008

Harlem Children Society students studying plant chromosomes at UNH during Project REIS@UNH - July 2008

Harlem Children Society students at UNH during Project REIS@UNH - July 2008


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