Resource: Programs in Mathematics for Young Scientists - PROMYS (Boston, MA)
Website: Programs in Mathematics for Young Scientists - PROMYS (Boston, MA)
University: Boston University
Description: For those interested in joining 80 mathematically ambitious high school students, 20 counselors, research mentors, faculty and guest lecturers for six weeks of rigorous mathematical exploration, Boston University's Programs in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS) offers students full and partial need-based financial aid. PROMYS seeks to provide an environment for young people that will arouse their curiosity and encourage a deep personal involvement with the creative elements in mathematics.

Comments: Contributed by: Student on 8/19/2004
Very intense, fun experience. PROMYS has shown me the beauty behind mathematics.

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