STARS is a six-week program that begins the second week of June. You may access the 2011 STARS Schedule of Activities for a draft copy of the activities.
Congratulations to Lindbergh High School students Tiffany Lee, 11; Shravan Dommaraju, 10; Ananya Benegal, 11; and Stephanie Fei, 11; who have been accepted into the 2012 Students and Teachers as Research Scientists program at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. STARS introduces incoming high school juniors and seniors to the various aspects of scientific enterprise that are practiced by successful scientists in academic, private and governmental research institutions. Students conduct research within a community of investigators, under the supervision of a practicing research mentor. (original news)
About STARS Program
Students and Teachers As Research Scientists (STARS) is a program funded partially through LMI Aerospace/D3 Technologies, Office of the Chancellor of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Saint Louis University, Washington University, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Green Foundation, and Solae Company. It introduces both rising high school juniors and seniors and teachers to the various aspects of the scientific enterprise as practiced by successful scientists in academic, private, and governmental research institutions.
Applicants are limited to rising junior or senior high school students residing in the Greater St. Louis or Metro East area.
- STARS Program Official Site
- Publicity - 2011 Program
- 2012.04.19 - original post
- 2012.04.29 - updated with 2011 Program Info