TITLE

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING INSTITUTES FOR 11TH AND 12TH GRADERS

PUB. DATE
May 1963
SOURCE
Personnel & Guidance Journal;May63, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p797
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on science and engineering institutes for 11 and 12 graders. A two-week,"The Junior Engineers' and Scientists' Summer institute", designed to help high school students interested in science and engineering to explore these fields will be held at twelve college and university campuses around the country. The institute sponsor, Scientists of Tomorrow Inc., hopes to give interested 11th and 12th graders an academic insight into the pure and basic applied sciences and some knowledge of the study programs and career opportunities in the science and engineering fields. Total cost of the program ranges from $105 to $125. Institutes will be held at, Colorado State University, DePauw University, Michigan State University, New Mexico State University, University of Akron, Lehigh University, Oregon State University, Willamette University, Clemson College, Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, Lamar State College of Technology and Washington State University.
ACCESSION #
15008364

 

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