Summer Camp: Student Interest Form
Hi all! Physics Unlimited is organizing a networking program for high school (and undergraduate) students interested in physics to interact with some of their peers as well as older students who have studied physics in some advanced capacity at university, whether they are pursuing graduate studies in physics or related fields or supplemented their other STEM studies with physics. This is a great opportunity for students to meet like-minded people and learn about what it's like to study physics, do research, and more beyond high school (or college, depending on your level). The networking sessions will be held throughout August, and students can attend any number of sessions that suit their time and interests.
We want students from around the world to attend and learn more about both studying physics and life in or beyond academia. If you are interested in attending the networking session, please fill out this form and check out our program webpage at
. We will reach out to you with more details soon to ask you to rank facilitator sessions based on your and their interests (we will share a PDF with their bios).
Most recent year completed in high school or college
Just entering high school in the fall
Freshman (first-year or 9th grade)
Sophomore (second-year or 10th grade)
Junior (third-year or 11th grade)
Senior (fourth-year or 12th grade)
Undergraduate (underclass: freshman or sophomore)
Undergraduate (upperclass: junior or senior)
Your time zone(s) in August
Please indicate the time zone(s) in which you will be located throughout August.
Your "permanent" location of study
Please indicate where your high school or college is located (country, region, state, etc.)
Interest: what got you interested in learning more about studying physics? Are there any particular areas of physics that appeal to you?
Experience: how much experience with or exposure to physics do you have?
Is there anything in particular you would like to learn about from the facilitators or get out from the networking sessions?
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