Students present their summer projects and results.
The Secondary School Field Research Program (SSFRP) is a project-based instructional program focused on biodiversity and environmental research in wetlands of the New York metropolitan area. The program brings high school students, undergraduates, and high school science teachers to Lamont each summer to conduct research in Piermont Marsh and in Lamont-Doherty Laboratories.
Students from this summer will present their projects and results. They are particularly interested in talking to youth who, like them, are interested in pursuing careers in science, math, and engineering.