Into Unchartered Territory: An AEOP Apprentice’s Research Experience
Posted on August 8, 2022
Reflecting on his apprenticeship experience, Jacob Masur shared, “It’s important to remember that at one point, even the smartest person in the room was the one asking questions. So never be afraid to keep asking questions.” See More
What’s College Research Life Like? Ask these High School Apprentices
Posted on August 8, 2022
This summer, Muhammed and Kai became the first high school apprentices in the physics department at Miami University in Ohio. See More
Apprenticeship Spotlight on Kaitlyn Szkerczes
Posted on March 22, 2022
Meet Kaitlyn Szekerczes, a former AEOP undergraduate apprentice from the summer of 2021! Kaitlyn is from Northern Maryland and is currently a fourth-year student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Kaitlyn co-authored a published paper this fall in the Journal of Physics Communication, titled Electromagnetic vortex topologies from sparse circular arrays. See More
Meet Sohini Banerjee, AEOP High School Apprentice and Regeneron Top 300 Scholar
Posted on January 27, 2022
Sohini Banerjee, a senior at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, VA, started her AEOP High School Apprenticeship in 2020 at the University of Memphis. Sohini worked closely with researchers Dr. Bernie J. Daigle Jr. and Mazen Istanbouli on a computer science project related to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). See More
Considering an Undergraduate Apprenticeship? Hear from alum Justin Jorge!
Posted on December 15, 2021
Considering an Undergraduate Apprenticeship? Hear from alum Justin Jorge! To celebrate the opening of summer 2022 Undergraduate Apprenticeship applications, we spoke with apprenticeship alum Justin Jorge. Justin shares his experience with an AEOP Apprenticeship and what he’s doing now. See More
AEOP Apprentices Brought the Brains to a Neuroscience Lab this Summer
Posted on October 5, 2021
Three undergraduate students and one high school students spent the summer at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University in Georgia for a hands-on research apprenticeship experience under the mentorship of Dr. Jay Hegdé. The pre-med students spent six weeks in Dr. Hegdé’s laboratory, collaborating on research, which was concluded with a peer-reviewed article. See More
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