From Sunday, June 18th to Thursday, June 22nd 2017
From Sunday, June 25th to Thursday, June 29th 2017
High Schoolers Learn Engineering is Fun!
E2 is a one-week residential summer program for current high school sophomores and juniors. During this exciting week at the Storrs Campus participants explore engineering careers by working in small groups with faculty and college students. They will learn what various engineers do in the workplace and see engineering concepts demonstrated. During the evenings, through the YESS Program, students focus on a single engineering discipline by fabricating a discipline-specific device. The week wraps up with demonstrations of items the students created during the week. Examples have included: rudimentary EKG devices, Smart Lego vehicles that can follow a trail, fuel cell and other energy efficient devices, wooden bridges, environmentally friendly processes, and how to resolve differences.
Eligibility: Must be a current* sophomore or junior in high school (*during the 2015/2016 school year)
Decisions regarding admission will NOT be made until registration is closed.
E2 participants are nominated by their high school math, science, or technology teachers. Enrollment is restricted to 125 students in each session. These students receive:
Exposure to twelve Engineering Programs
On campus housing and dining hall meals
Instruction from full-time faculty
Mentoring and coaching from current undergraduate engineering students
Access to state-of-the-art research areas
Access to our Engineering Learning Center and use of the center’s associated software
The opportunity to participate in the Young Engineering Science Scholars (YESS) program
Fee: $700 to attend the program. This covers housing, meals, project materials and supply costs.
Application Deadline: Saturday, April 15, 2017
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If you have any questions not answered above, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Assistant – Engineering Diversity & Outreach Center