Summer 2020: High Schools to Contact
Hello! Physics Unlimited is looking to organize a networking program for high school 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 high school students to meet like-minded people and learn about what it's like to study physics, do research, and more beyond high school. The networking sessions will be held throughout August, and students can attend a session that suits their time and interests.
We are looking to reach students worldwide, provided they can find a facilitator in a convenient time zone and who speaks their language. To that end, we would like your help in finding high schools to reach out to. If you could enter some information about high schools you know (whether your own or others), that would be wonderful. Please fill out as much of the information on this form as you can — it will make our job much easier.
And if you have studied physics at the undergraduate or graduate level yourself and are interested in being a facilitator, then check out our program webpage at
and fill out the interest form.
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Notes: Any additional info that will be helpful to us as we reach out
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