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Every summer, we host a group of high school students for a special Summer Physics Program on campus. 

Highly motivated students from local high schools compete for this exciting and highly competitive initiative that is sponsored by the National Science Foundation.

The goal of the program is to learn about being a physics a major, and most importantly, to visit different labs and participate in specially designed experiments.
With Prof. J. Zhao, students are learning about optical metamaterials and the things they can do in the laboratory. 
Here students are participating in a group meeting of Prof. Natasha Jonoska's group to learn about graph theory and DNA models.
Making magnetic nanoparticles is fun!. Prof. Phan demonstrates how this can be done and the wonderful properties the have, especially for medical purposes.
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