NetSci High: Bringing Network Science Research to High Schools

@article{Cramer2015NetSciHB,
  title={NetSci High: Bringing Network Science Research to High Schools},
  author={C. Cramer and Lori Sheetz and H. Sayama and P. Trunfio and H. Stanley and S. Uzzo},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1412.3125}
}
We present NetSci High, our NSF-funded educational outreach program that connects high school students who are underrepresented in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics), and their teachers, with regional university research labs and provides them with the opportunity to work with researchers and graduate students on team-based, year-long network science research projects, culminating in a formal presentation at a network science conference. This short paper reports the content… Expand

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