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Smart Fun - Engineering Summer Camp at Widener University

Widener University would like to bring to your attention their Engineering Summer Camps (ESC), which have been offered at Widener University every summer for over 20 years.  The 2015 ESC dates are June 22 through June 25 (Monday through Thursday).  Here are the ESC highlights:

*  Both commuter and resident (overnight) camps are available.
*  Each day is filled with engineering-related activities with hands-on focus.
*  The activities are led by professors from 5 engineering departments
    (Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical).
*  Highly rated by the participating students.  The exit surveys over the last 3 years averaged
    4.3 our of 5.
*  The camp is limited to 60 students this year.

For more information, please click here, or visit us online at www.widener.edu/engrsummercamp, or call Mrs. Maria Wochele at (601)499-4037



National Youth Science Camp for current seniors

 

The National Youth Science Camp® is a residential science education program for young scientists the summer after they graduate from high school. Students from around the country are challenged academically in exciting lectures and hands-on studies, and have voluntary opportunities to participate in an outdoor adventure program, gain a new and deep appreciation for the great outdoors, and establish friendships that last a lifetime.

NYSC 2014 will be TBA

The National Youth Science Camp is made possible through the planning and fund-raising of the National Youth Science Foundation®, a nonprofit organization with a mission to honor, sustain, and encourage youth interest and excellence in science by conducting comprehensive informal science education programs that provide opportunity for constructive interaction with others and emphasize the social value of thoughtful scientific careers.

The National Youth Science Camp program is strengthened through a philosophy that encourages delegates to experience each day by day. This philosophy permits the Staph* to plan numerous special events that surprise the participants. This philosophy also encourages the delegates to give undistracted attention to guest presenters. The National Youth Science Camp does not, therefore, publish detailed program calendars.


Georgetown University Summer Medicine Programs for High School Students

Students will experience the health care profession hands-on through work with cutting edge patient simulators and learning through lectures and discussions in a curriculum designed in partnership with Georgetown University Medical Center.  The programs take students out of the classroom, allowing them to experience the action of Congressional hearings, medical school labs, Pentagon briefings, foreign embassies, Capitol Hill offices, prominent government institutions focused on security and intelligence, and other exciting Washington, D.C. events.   Students can even earn college credits.

To apply: scs.georgetown.edu/medmdr

For more information: summer.georgetown.edu
202-687-8700
highschool@georgetown.edu

April 2014 is the deadline


 
College of New Jersey Annual Robotics Summer Camp


This past summer, High School freshmen, sophomores and juniors were invited to apply for an intensive 1 week or 2 weeks summer Robotics Camp offered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), and sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and GameX.

The intent of the camp is to motivate the most creative minds of a new generation of prospective Electrical and Computer Engineers to become global leaders in an increasingly technological world. The program aims to create a community of students who participate in and contribute to an intensive and powerful academic experience delivered by distinguished educators and professionals.

Camp participants will be introduced through a residential College academic experience to the exciting field of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and will learn topics not traditionally taught in High Schools such as Microcontroller Programming, Sensing Systems, Digital Electronics, Computer Vision, Virtual Simulations and more.

The participant will work with Electrical and Computer Engineering students and professors, and interact with professional engineers from the Industry.

The following link http://www.tcnj.edu/~summer/programs/roboticscamp.html
is information about last summer's camp.  New information for summer 2014 will be shared as soon as it becomes available.  


Pre-Engineering Summer Camps for Rising High School Seniors

Rising high school seniors are invited to apply for an intensive five-day summer Civil Engineering Camp offered by the Civil Engineering Department at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) and sponsored by the Construc­tion Industry Advancement Program of New Jersey (CIAP). The intent of the camp is to motivate the most creative minds of a new generation of prospective civil engineers to become leaders for the construction industry in New Jersey. The program aims to create a community of students who participate in and contribute to an intensive academic experi­ence delivered by distinguished educators and professionals. Camp participants will be introduced through a five-day residential academic experience to the exciting field of civil engineering and will attend mini-courses on topics not traditionally taught in high schools such as bridge engineering, surveying, soil and concrete materials, hydrology, and more. The participant will work with civil engineering students and professors and interact with professionals from the construction industry.


Rowan's Introduction for Students to Engineering (RISE) Summer 2014 

A
pplication must be submitted by May 2014. 

Rowan's Introduction for Students to Engineering (RISE) is a workshop experience that features laboratory clinics, exciting engineering activities, campus & industry tours, and mentoring by College of Engineering professors and students. Students from high schools throughout the South Jersey work with chocolate, Legos, Jenga blocks and bottle rockets during hands-on engineering workshops and clinics. For more information, contact engineering@rowan.edu.


PREFACE Summer Programs

The Rensselaer PREFACE Program is a two-week residential summer experience for talented high school sophomores and juniors, who will enter 11th or 12th grade in the fall of the coming year and who have expressed a strong, early interest in pursuing a career in the engineering and technological professions. It is for high school students from groups that have been historically and traditionally underrepresented or underserved in science, engineering, and technological fields.

In 2009, Rensselaer accepted 42 students to participate in the two, two-week sessions in July, from over 200 applicants from around the nation. They are exceptional young men and women from 15 states including California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Texas.

Participation in the PREFACE Summer Program provides the student participants with an extraordinary opportunities:

·         PREFACE provides experiences using an engineering process approach to resolve a problem (e.g., design, troubleshoot, innovate, model, revise, and assess outcomes); 

·         Activities, classes and workshops create opportunities to develop leadership and team-building skills;

·         Students explore career opportunities available in the engineering professions as a means to develop a deeper understanding of the role and expectations of an engineering education;

·         The PREFACE Program presents a snapshot of college life and its academic, social, cultural, and environmental experiences.

 


Pre-College Summer Programs at NJIT

Gives students the chance to explore careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and to experience the relationship between these subjects and their applications to everyday life.

Students become "engineers," "mathematicians," "architects," "managers" or "scientists" and learn how to design solutions to problems that affect everyone. The Center for Pre College Programs also offers students the opportunity to learn about college life.

Students experience a genuine college classroom environment, with tough courses to challenge their young minds. This could reinforce the curriculum from high school as well as improve one's skills.

These programs offer students a chance to look ahead from high school and begin to think of their futures. Student programs include the following :

NJIT
Central Ave Building (CAB), 2nd Floor
University Heights
Newark, NJ 07102-1982
Phone: 973-596-3550
Email: cpcp@njit.edu


Oxbridge Academic Programs

Oxbridge Academic Programs

 has been welcoming intellectually adventurous high school and junior high school students to Europe for nearly 25 years. 

Professor James Basker has designed these programs for students in grades 8 to 12 - all with the goal of giving young people the opportunity to live and study in the historic and scholarly centers of learning that are Oxford and Cambridge in England, Barcelona in Spain, and Paris and Montpellier in France. These remarkable cities are our classrooms – the best classrooms in the world.

Our teachers define us. They comprise Rhodes, Gates, Marshall and Fulbright Scholars, and top academics from local universities, from Oxford, Cambridge, and the Sorbonne, as well as creative professionals and performers – all of them chosen for their qualifications and experience, and especially for their love of teaching and young people.

Our range of courses is unmatched.

From Archeology to Zoology, we offer over 160_courses. There is a dazzling variety of humanities, social sciences and creative subjects – transcending traditional classroom limitations and schoolcurricula. Our programs in France and Spain offer French and Spanish language courses for all levels, taught in context by native speakers.


Summer Science at Jefferson: 

The Jefferson College of Health Professions in Philadelphia invites high achieving juniors and sophomores to apply for participation in the Summer Science at Jefferson program, Each week will feature a different aspect of health professions, including molecular biology, cell biology and protein chemistry, pathology and anatomy, and molecular mechanisms of disease. The cost is $2200, excluding transportation and incidental expenses. A $25 application fee is required. Application deadline anticipated April 2014.

For an application and further information log on at 


Summer Opportunity in Forensics: 

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey invites high school students with an interest in criminal justice in general and homicide investigation in particular to attend a one-week Summer Forensics Camp. Using a case study approach, participants will work along side criminal justice professions as part of an elite team to help solve a murder. They will experience every phase of the legal process, from crime scene investigation to criminal trial, and there will be field trips to the county medical examiner’s office and the county jail. Three camps will be held (dates TBA). The cost is $889, which includes room and board, all meals, investigation supplies, and field trips.  For further information, visit www.stocktoncsi.com, call 609-652-4559, or send an e-mail to stocktoncsi@stockton.edu. Better act soon. There are only 30 spaces per camp. 


Oxford Advanced Studies Program: 

The Oxford Advanced Studies Program announces a summer study program to be held for 3 weeks in July at Brasenose College, Oxford. The program includes a full calendar of cultural visits, including London, Stratford, Blenheim Palace, and Warwick Castle. For more information including cost and an application, visit www.oasp.ac.uk or call (203) 966-2886. You can also email oxedge@optonline.net


EXPLORATION announces summer programs to be held on the campuses of Yale University, Wellesley College, and St. Mark's School. The Senior Program for students entering grades 10-12 will be held at Yale University. The Intermediate Program is for students entering grades 8 and 9, and will be held at Wellesley College. The Junior Program is for students entering grades 4-7, and will be held at the St. Mark's School. For further information and for information regarding program tuition and fees you may call 781-762-7400, or visitwww.explo.org.


Temple University Summer Program: Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering for HS students

Five week summer program to learn how to build programmable mobile robots.  Students will compete with other HS students in the Delaware Valley.  This is a great introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering.  Class meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:30 – Noon. 

Cost is $550.  Deadline is May 2014 

For more information contact:
Mrs. Carol Dahlberg
215-204-7597
eegrad@temple.edu

or

Dr. John J. Helferty
215-204-8089
helferty@temple.edu