November 27th, 2016
Hello Bronx Science Parents:
One of the things that sets Bronx Science apart from most other schools in the country is the breadth of our Research Program. The Science Talent Search, formerly known as Intel (and Westinghouse before that), is now being sponsored by the biotech firm Regeneron, where Bronx Science alum George Yancopoulos is Founding Scientist and currently Chief Scientific Officer. At Bronx Science, over 100 seniors participate in the Regeneron Science Talent Search Program, and on December 13th these students will be presenting their research projects to their peers, parents, and mentors. The event celebrates the conclusion of three years of hard work.
Parents of 9th through 11th graders: if you want to get a better understanding of what is involved in doing a Regeneron project, then please volunteer to help at this event. It’s the only way to get a front row seat for Bronx Science’s showcase of this year’s senior research projects. Whether your 9th grader is considering the research program, or older teen is already working on a project, you will quickly realize why the research opportunities offered put Bronx Science a step above. Read on for more details, or click HERE to volunteer.
Ellen Dubin and Betsy Newberry