An article about the Wells Hawai’i Summer Science Program was featured in the EARCOS Triannual Journal winter issue (p12-13). The Wells Hawai’i Summer Science Program is a joint-venture between Wells and the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), University of Hawai’i at Manoa (UH). During the 6-week program this past summer, thirteen students were given a unique opportunity to learn from professors and graduate students in different research labs, in various science fields ranging from entomology, virology, horticulture, bioengineering, food science and nutrition, phylogenetics and nematology. This was a wonderful chance for students to experience real-world, professional research and to develop the skills required to become a successful scientist.
We are proud to offer this program for six consecutive years and the experiences that our students have had in Hawai’i have proved to be valuable in many aspects of their lives and educational enrichment. CLICK HERE to learn more about their experiences from various perspectives. We would also like to give a special thank you to EARCOS for featuring our program in their journal.