Environmental Summit Research Symposium

Minds-On Hands-On Original Research Projects

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

The Environmental Summit is a research symposium designed to bring together a community of high school aged scientists to present and discuss their original research to their peers, high school and college science faculty, graduate and undergraduate students. The research is conducted as part of the Global Environment course curriculum, enabling the high school students to engage not only in the knowledge but process of science.

ESF in the High School is a collaboration between ESF and partner urban, rural, and suburban school districts. ESF in the High School enables qualified high school students to take the Global Environment course for college credit while still in high school and to prepare for a successful transition to college.

The Environmental Summit encourages students to:

  • Conduct original research and scientific inquiry
  • Review and critically think about scientific literature from popular to peer-reviewed scientific journals
  • Explore science and science-related careers and educational interests


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For additional information contact:

Dr. Richard Beal
ESF Educational Outreach
(315) 470-6817


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