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2022 Advanced Physics Summer Girls Program

This program, designed for high school students (rising 10th-12th graders), will include physics lessons and activities created to engage students in interesting research, career speakers, lab tours, STEM professional development and networking activities.   This program will run 8/8th-8/12 and be from 9:30am-3:30pm.  Camp attendance will have an application fee of $60.00.   

 

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The University of Maryland Physics Department is pleased to offer our Physics Summer Outreach Program. 


Physics Summer Program - Advanced (10th-12th Grade)

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The advanced physic summer program jumps into the exciting world of modern physics. Participants learn about topics ranging from relativity to antimatter, biophysics, quantum mechanics, physical uncertainty, quantum computing and more. The program is filled with hands-on lab activities, visits to cutting-edge research labs, discussions with professors and graduate students who conduct modern physics research and a project to make the discussions of modern topics tangible. Students are introduced to topics that they will likely not be offered in their high school classes, from the thought experiments of Einstein to current applications in code breaking. 
  

Dates:

August 8-12, 2022

*Program runs Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:00pm.

Location:

University of Maryland (commuter camp)

Cost:

The program cost to participants is $60 (nonrefundable) due at the time of acceptance.  Camp fee is offset by a generous donation from program donors.

Application:

Applications open Feb 14th, 2022. 

APPLY HERE

Contact:

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Please include applicant name, program year, and program name in the subject line.

 


Program History

Since its inception, over 1,500 students have attended this program. Past participants have gone on to become engineers, doctors, computer specialist and, of course, physicists. Participants have come not only from Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC but also from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and all over the world.