Jarvis Christian University is offering a four-week Interdisciplinary Research Infusion into Science Education (I-RISE) program for graduating high school seniors interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers. The program runs from Monday, June 3, through Friday, June 28, on the campus of JCU in Hawkins, Texas.
Application deadline is Monday, April 8.
Training by real scientists, college preparedness, free room and board, and a $500 stipend is available to those who qualify. The Summer Bridge Program is funded by the National Science Foundation I-RISE.
Interested high school seniors should contact Dr. Antoinesha L. Hollman, director of the I-RISE Summer Bridge Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (903) 730-4890, ext. 4001.
Working with the I-RISE Summer Bridge Program this summer are Professor of Biology and NSF grant principal investigator Dr. Shakhawat Bhuiyan, Professor of Chemistry and NSF grant co-principal investigator Dr. Glendora Carter, Associate Professor of Physics Dr. Yefer M. Suarez, Associate Professor of Mathematics Dr. Widodo Samyono, Associate Professor of Engineering and Technology Dr. Kennie Moses and Assistant Professor of Social Work and project manager Gwendolyn Lee.