A wide variety of programs are facilitated through the Office of Integrative Research and Dr. John Kaup (Coordinator of Science Education) is a great contact for additional information about any of the programs.

The programs are separated into two categories: Academic Year Outreach and Summer Outreach. Click on the program listing below for an overview of the program and/or to apply or request additional details about the program.

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Summer programs

SCJAS and SCAS Connections:

Dr. John Kaup serves as the Executive Director of the SC Junior Academy of Sciences and is currently serving as President-elect of the SC Academy of Sciences (and will serve as president April 2015-April 2016).  Furman University  will host the SCAS/SCJAS Annual Meeting on Saturday April 11th.  For further details about the annual meeting and general infromation about SCJAS and SCAS use the following link (www.scacademysci.org​).

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