Immerse yourself in research this summer!
The Secondary Student Training Program (SSTP) offers students unique experiences, both academically and socially. Participants conduct research under the guidance of a faculty mentor—spending approximately 40 hours a week working in research programs on The University of Iowa campus. Participants attend an Arts & Humanities Speaker Series, Research Speaker Series, and earn 3 semester hours of University of Iowa undergraduate credit. The 2016 program dates are June 22 – July 29.
Thank you so much for the opportunity to be part of the SSTP this summer. It was by far the best summer experience I have ever had and I feel so fortunate to have been a part of it. I learned so much from every aspect of the program. —SSTP Student, 2015
Acceptance to SSTP is competitive. Of the 168 applicants to the program in 2015, thirty-nine students were admitted and paired with faculty mentors. SSTP welcomed students from 10 states and…
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