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The Radford University Artis College of Science and Technology Summer Bridge STEM program is a week-long residential experience for rising sophomore, junior, and senior high school girls interested in science, technology, and mathematics.
Summer Bridge 2019 will be July 14-19. Applications are now open.
Thanks to many generous donors and sponsors of the program, full scholarships will be awarded competitively to participants. The scholarships cover all costs of the program for recipients. Learn more about supporting Summer Bridge at this link.
Through classroom lessons, laboratory experiments, and field experiences, Radford University professors have helped to draw students in to the wonders of:
- Physics and Math - Rocket Science! Build and launch your own rocket
- Geology - study the making of mountains
- Forensic Science – combat “hackers” and analyze “crime scenes”
- Genes, Molecules and Medicine - learn about the biology and chemistry applications in medicine
- Environmental Science - studying habitats through examination of the environment
Areas studied include:
Astronomy and Space Exploration
Pollution and Climate
Rivers and Lakes
Study of Birds—Ornithology
Study of Tress and Tree Rings— Dendrochronology
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles/Drones
During the appilcation process, students will be able to select five favorite choices from the group curriculum options. Please review the curriculum options. You will be asked to choose your curriculum preferences on the application.
Scholarships to Summer Bridge are awarded competitively and cover the full cost of the program. Scholarship recipients will receive letters of acceptance after the application deadline.
Students who do not receive scholarships and want to participate in Summer Bridge, may have the option of paying $1200, the cost of tuition, room and board, to attend.
Participants are expected to share a room in on-campus housing (double occupancy). Roommates will be assigned.
Participants or participants’ parents/guardians are responsible for transportation to the Radford University campus on Sunday, July 14, 2019 and back home on Friday, July 19, 2019.
For more information about the program contact the Radford University Artis College of Science and Technology at 540-831-5958 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Radford University Artis College of Science and Technology Summer Bridge Program makes a major impact in the lives of participants.