NetSci High is an educational outreach program for high school students organized and run by the community of network scientists.
NetSci High has been putting high school students into Network Science research labs since 2010. We invite you to look through these pages and get to know us!
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Students from Elmont Memorial High School presenting their NetSciHigh project at the New York State Science and Engineering Fair, April 2014.
Participants at NetSci High intensive summer workshop at Boston University July 2013
NetSci High's goal is to infuse Network Science, an emerging interdisciplinary field of study on complex networks, into K-12 education by connecting high school students and teachers to university research labs. These teams work on current network science research projects throughout the school year, culminating in presentations at NetSci conferences.
NetSci High also provides students and teachers with an in-depth introduction to Network Science theories and tools through an intensive summer workshop at Boston University.
This program is financially supported by the US National Science Foundation*, as well as a kind corporate donation from BAE Systems.
* Funding provided by the National Science Foundation through the Cyber-enabled Discovery and Innovation program (CDI) and the Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE) (Award # 1027752), as well as the Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers program (ITEST) (Award # 1139478/1139482).