TN - Governor's School in Computational Physics
An article titled "APSU Saw Milestones in 2008" in The Leaf Chronicle mentions the successful first year of the Tennessee Governor's School in Computational Physics, which is hosted by Austin Peay State University.
The opening and successful summer operation of the first Computational Physics Governor's School
in the state. "The state was so pleased with the response to our
Governor's School that they have doubled the funding for 2009 and will
double the size of the program," Hall said. The Computational Physics
Governor's School is competitive and designed for gifted students. The
school lasts five weeks during the summer and last year 36 students