Stanford HyPE 2019 interest form
Stanford HyPE: High School to PhD Event is a one-day event where BioAIMS invites high school students from around the Bay Area to Stanford Campus for a day. This is an opportunity to share your amazing experiences and paths that led you to a PhD program, and hopefully inspire the next generation of scientists/scholars. Our goal is to reach students who might not otherwise know about the many career paths in science that employ a PhD or research skills, especially those students coming from historically under-represented or marginalized groups.
HyPE 2019 will take place on Saturday, March 23.
Please select any of the events you would like to help with (e.g. planning, volunteering, panelist):
Help with coordination/planning of event
All-day small group leader
Morning set-up/checking in students (~1 hour)
Leading ice breakers
Hands-on activities (consider this if you've taught a science-related SPLASH class with a hands-on component!)
Grad panelist (if you're a grad student only!): path to Stanford, advice to HS students, majoring in science, community colleges, etc.
Undergrad panelist (if you're an undergrad only!): path to Stanford, advice to HS students, majoring in science, community colleges, etc.
Leading lunchtime post-panel discussion in small groups
Walking students to lab tours
Giving a tour of your lab (2 groups at ~20 minutes each)
Campus tour (~1 hour)
Coordinating/leading a workshop for parents of attendees
Post-event cleanup (<1 hour)
If you're willing to give a tour of your lab, please tell us a little bit about your research, building/location, and any other relevant info:
Did you participate in scientific research in high school?
Did you attend a community college?
Do you have any specific information about your experience that you would want to share with these high school students?
Any additional suggestions or comments?
Thank you for your interest in the event! :) Keep an eye out for update emails.
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