Mark your calendar for the third Friday of every month! Encourage your students to attend our “science cafe” style events geared toward high school students including a short talk by a scientist followed by a networking activity to meet scientists and other like-minded students.
Teachers sign-up classes for full-day field trips designed to engage middle and high school science students and teachers in ongoing research at The Rockefeller University, meeting with scientists and doing activities at the lab bench will introduce best practices in scientific research.
Formerly the LAB After-School Program (LAB ASP), LAB Jumpstart supports 16 NYC high school students in a combined after-school and summer science research experience. This program aims to ‘jumpstart’ the development of research skills and exposure to laboratory culture.
Summer Science Research Program
The Rockefeller University Summer Science Research Program (SSRP) provides high school students with a unique and personalized opportunity to conduct hands-on research under the mentorship of leading scientists at one of the world’s premier biomedical research facilities.
Summer Neuroscience Program
The Summer Neuroscience Program (SNP) is a two-week course aimed at introducing high-need, talented NYC public high school students to the brain. Led by graduate students, the program takes a look at the most current research in neuroscience in an effort to understand how our brain works and how it relates to our daily life.
This annual event is a fun-filled day of hands-on scientific exploration, designed to engage children in the exciting world of scientific discovery. These scientific discoveries are focused on transforming our understanding of child and adolescent health and development.
While our research programs have closed for this school year, we recommend checking out https://www.studentresearchnyc.org/ for several other High School student research programs around New York City!