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Organized annually since 1986, The Hampton University Graduate Studies (HUGS) Summer Program at Jefferson Lab is an internationally renowned summer school in Nuclear Physics designed to train the nuclear workforce's next generation of researchers.
HUGS is designed for second and third year experimental or theoretical Nuclear and Particle physics graduate students who have finished their coursework. Students who are well into a research project are encouraged to apply as well. The program includes lectures and special topic seminars by internationally renowned physicists, and is simultaneously intensive, friendly, and casual. Students are selected on a competitive basis from each year’s pool of applicants, and the HUGS program provides support to a large fraction of the accepted participants by covering their lo...
Jefferson Lab is committed to providing training and education to the next generation of scientists, mathematicians and engineers, and those who teach them. The lab provides a variety of programs and educational opportunities for students in grades K-12, as well as for undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. At Jefferson Lab, students and teachers gain access to leading scientists, world-class scientific facilities and instrumentation; and large-scale research programs that are unavailable at universities or in industry.