Competitive awards offered for student-faculty research teams in the laboratory sciences.
The Kenyon Summer Science Scholars program provides opportunities for students to work in close collaboration with faculty mentors in natural science disciplines as full participants in the processes of creating a research plan, executing a research project, and preparing results for presentation in a public forum. Summer Science Scholars working on the Kenyon campus form a special community, with participants coming together for discussions and social activities. This program is funded by Kenyon College and by support from individual research grants obtained by science faculty. It is open to students working with faculty members in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, psychology, archaeology, and biological anthropology. Selections for these competitive awards are made by a committee of faculty members from these disciplines.
For further details concerning the Kenyon Summer Science Scholars program, read the complete program announcement.
Revised: 7Nov 2013 BH/kf