Apply now to the Wolfram Summer Programs for Science, Technology
New this year is a special track for educators who want to
develop materials and technologies using the Wolfram Language.
The focus of the Educational Innovation track will be changing
the way people learn and teach—for example, creating tools for
students to use, writing material for programming education, or
improving management platforms for teachers.
Participants at the Wolfram Summer School come from many diverse
backgrounds but share a common passion to discover and explore
cutting-edge ideas. Over the past 10 years, they have included
graduate students, undergraduates, professors, industry
professionals, artists, and even a few exceptional high-school
College and graduate students should consider applying to the
Wolfram Science track to do a research project at the frontiers
Students who want to create the next big tech innovation should
consider applying to the Technology & Innovation track.
This program will be held from June 19 to July 8 at Bentley
University near Boston, Massachusetts. For more information and
to apply, please visit:
The Wolfram High School Summer Camp is a project-oriented camp
for high-school students, introducing them to cutting-edge
programming, computational thinking, and innovative technology.
STEM-minded students with an interest in using Mathematica are
encouraged to apply to the Mathematica track.
Entrepreneurial students who want to create an innovative
technology project should consider the Tech Innovation track.
This program will be held from June 26 to July 8, also at Bentley
University. Students must be age 17 or younger on July 8, 2016,
to be eligible. For more information and to apply, please visit: