Outreach activities

Summer Research Internship Positions for High School Teachers and Students

High school teachers and/or senior high school students (at all levels!) are strongly encouraged apply this summer research and training internship positions.

Research and training areas: clean energy technology and nanotechnology.

Application deadline: May 10

Start date: Anytime after May 31, but not late than July 15.

Benefits: each of the selected participants will receive total $4050 stipend for the entire six-week program. Selected teachers will also receive 6 weeks of continuing education credit.

APPLICATION FORM FOR 2018 SUMMER RESEARCH INTERNSHIP AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA

Attention: In order to be considered by this summer program, an applicant should arrange at least one letter of recommendation to be sent directly from your reference to Dr. Pan (email: span1@ua.edu).

Summer Research Internship at The University of Alabama

  • Submission of the gender information is voluntary and is not a precondition of award.
  • Submission of the disability information is voluntary and is not a precondition of award.
  • Submission of the information is voluntary and is not a precondition of award.
  • Submission of the information is voluntary and is not a precondition of award.
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Welcome the 2016 Summer Research Internship Participants!  

Shanel

Shanel Lightfoot-Brown
Teacher, Hillcrest High School, AL

jennifer

Jennifer Reynolds
Teacher, Brookwood High School, AL

Felecia

Felecia Briggins
STEM Teacher, Hale County College & Career Academy, Greensboro, AL

mackenzie

Mackenzie Rymond
Paul W. Bryant High School, AL

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Jada Bibb
Autaugaville High School- Autaugaville, AL

Dr. Pan’s recent outreach activities:

  • Dr. Pan presented chemiluminescence education module at SECME summer institute sessions for MSP module demonstration for 6-8 grade teachers at UA, June 22, 2015. SECME
  • Teachers training on education module “Clean Energy: Nanoparticles, Chemical Reactions, and Light”module 1
  • Developed new educational modules “Dye Sensitized Solar Cells” during the Southeast Consortium of Minorities in Engineering 35th Annual WorkshopOPVs2
  • New module development for 7th grade classroom on “Plant’s Nanomachinery for Photosynthesis and Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Conversion” module 2
  • New module development on “Nano water Demonstration: Light Interactions with Dye Molecules and Nanomaterials”module 3
  • New module development on  “Alternative Energy: Photoeffect of TiO2 in a Photoelectrochemical cell”module 4
  • New module on chemiluminescence module 5