Summer Academy in Science, Technology,
Engineering & Mathematics, 2017

Monday, June 19 - Friday, June 23, 8:00am - 3:00pm
for Elementary, Middle, and High School Students

Building solar hourses and explore solar energy

Elementary school STEM concepts
Build models for scientific exploration and energy, suitable for ages 10-11. Learn key mathematical concepts such as shapes, dimensions, measurements, angles, and area and volume. Investigate 3D objects and explore concepts through hands-on projects, activities, real life problems and the use of technology, science and engineering. Appropriate for grades 4-6.

Middle school STEM concepts
Build models for scientific exploration and energy, suitable for ages 11-14. Learn key mathematical concepts such as mass, velocity ratio, proportions, area, volume and surface area, through hands-on projects and activities. Solve real life problems using technology, science and engineering. Appropriate for grades 6-9.

High school STEM concepts
Learn Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) concepts in more depth through hands-on projects and activities and debates. Students will learn presentation skills and use of mathematical software that will be useful when applying for universities. This is suitable for ages 14-17. This workshop is designed to develop appreciation of mathematics that students learn in grades 9-12. 

Registration by May 15, 2016: $185
Registration after May 15, 2016: $225

Fees include materials, handouts, morning snacks, lunch, and the use of labs and software. An additional $50 if registering after May 15.

Program Flyer
You can download the elementary and middle school program flyer by clicking here.

The high school program flyer can be found here.

Register
If you are interested in participating in Summer Academy in 2017, please complete the registration form and submit it. You will be contacted through email by the workshop administration with further information.

Whom to contact
If you have questions please contact:

     Bailey Hall:
     Email: mathsa@csufresno.edu
     Phone: (559) 278-2992
     Fax: (559) 278-2872

Sponsors / Scholarships
There may be few scholarships available for eligible students. If you are unable to pay the registration fees and interested in participating. Please contact

     Bailey Hall:
     Email: mathsa@csufresno.edu
     Phone: (559) 278-2992
     Fax: (559) 278-2872