Students from all over NY to come to NanoCareer Day |
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University at Albany College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering will host 300 elementary, middle and high school students on Wednesday, March 7 during the college’s NanoCareer Day program.
The visit is meant to prepare students for a growing number of nanotechnology related career opportunities in the Capital Region and all over New York State. Students throughout New York will get a firsthand look at nanotech careers and the day will include presentations by CNSE faculty on the emerging science of nanotechnology and the career opportunities it offers. The day will also consists of hands-on demonstrations explaining the role of nanoscale research and development
Participating schools, and their counties, include: Knickerbacker Middle School, Lansingburgh School District (Rensselaer); Bethlehem Central Middle School, Bethlehem Central School District (Albany); Hoosic Valley High School, Hoosic Valley Central Schools (Rensselaer); Lake Pleasant High School, Lake Pleasant Central Schools (Hamilton); Thomas R. Proctor High School, Utica City School District (Oneida); Syosset High School, Syosset Central School District (Suffolk); Holland Patent High School, Holland Patent Central Schools (Oneida); Ballston Spa School District Academic Enrichment Students – Grade 5 (Saratoga); Kennedy Catholic High School (Westchester); and Loudonville Christian School (Albany).
Students will arrive at the college at 8:30 a.m. and the day will go until 3 p.m.