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KAUST Professor Charlotte Hauser works with a former SRSI student during one of the SRSI programs. File photo.
-By Debra Carlson Wood and Hannah Poole, KAUST News
The Saudi Research Science Institute (SRSI) has selected its class of 2018, which is comprised of 43 top male and female 11th graders from public and private high schools throughout the Kingdom. The students will spend the summer immersed in research under the supervision of KAUST faculty and will learn what it means to live the life of a scientist.
Former SRSI student Doha Amer works with KAUST Professor Husam Alshareef during her SRSI experience. File photo.
Forty-three talented high school students will take part in the KAUST Saudi Research Science Institute (SRSI) this summer. File photo.
SRSI students take part in an on campus poster presentation session as part of their summer program. File photo.
"These young people are the future of scholarship in Saudi Arabia and we are pleased to be part of their journey. We look forward to what they will accomplish in the months and years to come," McLaughlin added.
For more information about the program, contact the SRSI team at firstname.lastname@example.org.