Department of Physics | August 8, 2015
A group of thirteen international high school students are currently participating in the first ever International Summer Physics Institute (iSPI). The two-week program, July 27-August 7, has brought the high school students to Notre Dame from China and Ireland to explore their interest in physics.
The idea for iSPI stemmed from the International Leadership, Enrichment, and Development (iLED) program hosted annually by Notre Dame International. Each summer, iLED features activities on particle physics that are based on the curriculum for high school students at the Notre Dame QuarkNet Center. Feedback from previous iLED students was positive, so iSPI was created to provide a summer experience for students interested in physics.
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