Perry Research Scholars Institute brings talented high schoolers to the UI

Jim Enloe, an anthropology professor, talks to a group of summer camp students at an anthropology research site at Sugar Bottom Recreational Area.

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Jim Enloe, an anthropology professor, talks to a group of summer camp students at an anthropology research site at Sugar Bottom Recreational Area. The students are part of the Perry Research Scholars Institute, a two-week summer camp program for eighth-, ninth-, and 10th-graders organized by the College of Education’s Belin-Blank Center, introduces high school students to a variety of academic research so they can explore their interests and plan for the future. At Sugar Bottom, the students visited a Native American dwelling and a rock that still shows the marks from when a glacier scraped over the top of it.

July 18, 2017

The Perry Research Scholars Institute, a two-week summer camp program for eighth-, ninth-, and 10th-graders organized by the College of Education’s Belin-Blank Center, introduces high school students to a variety of academic research so they can explore their interests and plan for the future.

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