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Work With A Scientist Program Wraps Up for the Summer
Last Update: July 28, 2015- EPISD News
Students from the El Paso Independent School District presented their final projects for the University of Texas at El Paso’s “Work With a Scientist Program” on July 25.
UTEP Researchers Enhance Creativity of High School Students
Last Update: July 17, 2015- UTEP News
While most high school students are finding different ways to amuse themselves this summer, a few dozen seniors-to-be are honing their science skills on research projects with real-world implications at The University of Texas at El Paso.
High School Researchers Begin 'Work With A Scientist'
Last Update: January 20, 2015- UTEP News
With applause from hundreds of hands and clicks from dozens of camera shutters, a proud group of local high school students was initiated into the world of professional scientific studies with the Work With a Scientist Program.
UTEP Program to Jumpstart STEM Careers
Last Update: January 14, 2015- EPISD News
Thirty-six juniors from Irvin, Chapin and Andress high schools received their acceptance certificates and were assigned their work labs at the program orientation at UTEP on Jan. 10
UTEP's Work With A Scientist Program Launches 2nd Cohort of High School Researchers
Last Update: January 09, 2015- UTEP News
An orientation for the second group of local high school students participating in UTEP’s Work With a Scientist Program will take place from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10, in the Chemistry and Computer Science Building, room G.0208B.
Irvin High School Students Present their Research Projects at UTEP
Last Update: July 15, 2014- EPISD News
Irvin High School students present their research projects at UTEP Tuesday, as part of the Work With a Scientist Program funded by the National Science Foundation
Irvin High School Students, UTEP Faculty Part of $1.5M Research Project
Last Update: December 09, 2013- EPISD News
Thirty-six juniors from Irvin High School and their family members attended an orientation on Dec 7 for the “Work With A Scientist” Program, which is part of a four-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
Irvin Students, UTEP Faculty in Research Project
Last Update: December 08, 2013- El Paso Inc. News
Thirty-six juniors from Irvin High School who are part of a $1.5-million National Science Foundation “Work With a Scientist” research project attended a program orientation Dec. 7.
Students Attend Orientation for UTEP-Irvin High School Research Collaboration
Last Update: December 07, 2013- El Paso Times News
Irvin High School began its first year this fall as a STEM academy -- a campus with a state-approved curriculum focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Irvin Students, UTEP Faculty Part of $1.5M Research Project
Last Update: December 06, 2013- UTEP News
Thirty-six juniors from Irvin High School and their family members will attend an orientation for the "Work With A Scientist" Program, which is part of a four-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
Faculty Awarded More than $2 Million to Strengthen STEM Education and Interest
Last Update: October , 2013- UTEP News
The U.S. Department of Education (ED) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) have awarded UTEP faculty grants totaling more than $2 million to help strengthen minority interest, participation and education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics-related fields.
$1.5M NSF Study Focused on Impact of Informal STEM
Last Update: October 1, 2013- UTEP News
A pioneering UTEP-led study will investigate how collaborations between University STEM faculty and high school students could lead to more of them becoming science, technology, engineering and mathematics majors – and professionals.
Project Description at the Center of Advancement for Informal Science Education (CAISE)
Transformaing Students' Partnership with Scientists through Cogenerative Diagogues
Speak Up! Youth's Cogenerative Dialogues with Scientists.
Last Update: October 11, 2017- Spotlights News, CAISE
How can high school students engage more deeply in authentic science learning? One method is by working directly with scientists.