E.N.G. : Engineering the Next Generation

E.N.G. is a summer research opportunity for highly motivated under-represented high school students from local partner schools.

The selective program runs for six weeks over the summer and includes both lab work and supplemental programming to develop students’ academic and professional skills. Students gain practical research experience, exposure to lab culture, new skills, and multi-level mentorship. Program components include hands-on research experience, research skills academic seminary, college preparation workshops, poster symposium and presentation, college letter of recommendation, and the possibility of on-going research and publication in the Columbia Research Scholars Journal.

Get Involved

Partner schools have a select number of motivated students apply to the program. If interested in partnering with Outreach programs for E.N.G. email engineeringoutreach@columbia.edu.

Postdocs teach research seminars during the program. Graduate students mentor the participants. Undergraduate summer researchers contribute to college prep workshops.

To get involved for the summer of 2017 email engineeringoutreach@columbia.edu.

Faculty host students in their labs for the summer. To host students in your lab email for the summer of 2017 email engineeringoutreach@columbia.edu.