Students in the World Science Scholars program currently hail from across the United States and 30 additional countries. In addition to their passion for mathematics, scholars’ interests range from neuroscience and bioinformatics to machine learning and nanotechnology to astrophysics and climate change. By participating in the program, scholars are able to expand their knowledge in these areas and others. With such dedication to a wide array of interests, it’s no surprise that scholars are so accomplished, both in school and their extracurricular activities.
Marvin (WSS ‘21), from Bolivia, was the 2021 first place winner in the Latin American Astronomy and Astronautics Olympiad.
Kayla (WSS ‘20), a student at Yale, spent a summer as a researcher in Professor Uljin’s lab at the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center after taking his WSS course.
Savannah (WSS ‘19), a student at Texas A&M, won the James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation National Silver Award for the hexagonal steel gazebo that she built.
Emma (WSS ‘19), a student at Harvard, is the Founder & Academic Director of the Wolfram Middle School Summer Camp, which she created after taking a WSS course with Stephen Wolfram.
María (WSS ‘21), from Spain, was the 2021 first place winner in the STEM category of the Talent Girl Awards in Spain.
Pritvik (WSS ‘18), a student at Caltech, worked as a student researcher at Arizona State University’s Beyond Center under the mentorship of Professor Walker after taking her WSS course. He is currently continuing research on particle detection algorithms that he started as an intern at CERN.
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