Challenging high school students to explore new ideas
Project SEARCH is designed to provide an on-campus, intellectually challenging experience for academically motivated high school students. The program has been in operation since 1983, and the total program enrollment ranges from 200-225 students.
SEARCH's mission is to provide a forum in a college campus setting where high school students from southeastern New Hampshire and southern Maine can experience a series of presentations covering challenging interdisciplinary topics and interact with each other in discussion groups.
- To foster positive attitudes toward the exploration of new and stimulating ideas through the exposure to presentations and subsequent group meetings through which they can hone their discussion skills.
- To provide UNH graduate students with the experiential opportunity of developing group leadership and critical thinking skills for teaching intellectually curious students.
- To encourage a positive spirit regarding the joy of learning through the collaboration of the high schools, their students, future teachers and practicing educators.
Current Participating Schools:
|New Hampshire||Prospect Mountain High School, Alton|
|Coe Brown Northwood Academy||Spaulding High School, Rochester|
|Dover High School||Winnacunnet High School, Hampton|
|Epping High School|
|Farmington High School||Maine|
|Newmarket High School||Noble High School, North Berwick|
|Nute High School, Milton||Traip Academy, Kittery|
Being Black in Maine
350NH (climate change)
Dreams of the Brain
The Art of Mime
Galileo - Living History
Civil Liberites and National Security
The Bee Crisis
The Real Science of GMO's