High School Students Get Real-World Experience in a Range of Summer Programs
|During the summer the university plays host to a different set of students—high schoolers from around the city and the world. They come to the Columbia to discover the rigors of college, learn about professionalism in the workplace and more deeply explore the subjects that interest them the most. The four programs outlined here are just a few of the opportunities available to high school students.
Scroll through the articles and videos below to see highlights of Columbia's programs for high school students.
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Neuroscience Professor Larry Abbott was one of two recipients of the first annual Mathematical Neuroscience Prize given by Israel Brain Technologies.
Augustin Chaintreau, assistant professor of computer science, won a National Science Foundation Career Award and the 2013 Association for Computing Machinery Sigmetrics Rising Star Researcher Award.
Mary D’Alton, chair of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Columbia University Medical Center, was elected to the Institute of Medicine.