STEM Diversity Initiative:
Next Generation of Scientists
June 2013 at Delta College
The STEM Diversity Initiative is summer program for graduating high school seniors seeking to explore careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). STEM education encourages problem solving, exploratory learning, and active engagement to find solutions. Learn how things work by designing, developing, and testing products using theories and tools to conduct experiments and solve problems.
STEM program benefits include:
- Two college credits
- Field trips
- One-on-one advising
- Early college experience
Students at the MI-LSAMP Undergraduate Research Symposium at Wayne State University in October 2013.
Can I participate?
In order to be eligible for the STEM program, you must be a graduating high school senior and a resident of Bay, Midland, or Saginaw County. Preference will be given to students already admitted or planning to attend Delta College.
Admitted students will receive a scholarship for tuition, fees, and books. Funding for this initiative is made possible by the SunGard Endowed Teaching Chair.
STEM students must:
- Attend all required sessions
- Have transportation to Delta College
- Complete a full technical report of completed research
- Be available to present research work at local meetings and conferences
Interested? Apply today.
Students must complete the STEM application (PDF). Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Linda Holoman & Dr. David Baker
1961 Delta Rd
University Center MI 48710
The application deadline is April 16, 2013.
For more information call 989-686-9673 or email email@example.com.
The STEM Diversity Initiative is coordinated by Linda Holoman, Director of Student Diversity & Inclusion Programs, and Dr. David Baker, Associate Professor.