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The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp Returns to Central State for a Fifth Year
CAMP IS FULL
-- (BUSINESSWIRE) --- Dr. Bernard A. Harris, Jr., the first African
American to walk in space, will offer more than 1,000 middle school
students a chance to participate in interactive science and math camp
programs at 20 college campuses nationwide this summer with support from
the ExxonMobil Foundation.
Students attending the ExxonMobil
Bernard Harris Summer Science Camps will test and develop their
engineering and science prowess during daily activities that emphasize
development of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills.
“The Harris Foundation is proud to offer kids a rewarding way to beat the
summer brain drain,” said Dr. Bernard Harris, Jr., founder and
president, The Harris Foundation. “We believe providing students with
access to fun learning opportunities, inspirational role models and
gifted teachers can help encourage them to pursue higher education.”
Students live on campus during the two-week camp and participate in classes
taught by university faculty, secondary teachers and local STEM
professionals. As part of the interactive, inquiry-based curriculum,
campers also enjoy the added benefit of exploring local museums, nature
centers and ecosystems, allowing them to discover science at work in
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ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp Follow Up Program
ExonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp Alumni return to Central State
The Institute of Urban Education Announces the 2012 National Urban Education Conference
do I park?
There are several places to park on and off campus. We are encouraging people to park at
Wilberforce University’s Alumni Multi Plex parking lot. Shuttles are provided. Shuttles will run in
the morning from 7:30 am -10:30 am and again in the afternoon from 4:00pm –
6:00pm to return you to your cars. Afternoon buses will load in front of the
Norman Ward Center. You many also park in the administration parking and behind
the Safety and Security building. DO
NOT park in reserved spaces or
on yellow curbs.
Where will the shuttles drop me off?
You will be dropped off besides the Administration
building where it is a short walk to the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Center.
do I Check-In?
Check-In is in the lobby of the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Center starting at 8:15am.
There will be several tables for registration. General registration will be at
the first two tables on the right when you enter the lobby. If you have not registered
please make your way to the Day Of registration table.
do I do after I check in?
We have a beverage bar for your enjoyment. After you have
enjoyed a beverage please make your way into the main auditorium. The morning
session will start at 9:00am.
do I eat lunch?
During check- in you will be given a lunch ticket. Lunch
will be serve from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Due to the size of this conference we
have two lunch venues, the Norman Ward Center, and the Beacom/Lewis Gymnasium .
Please check your tickets. This will tell you which venue you are to eat. You
MUST have a ticket to eat lunch. Please refer to your campus maps for lunch
venues. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
The Institute of Urban Education (IUE) Hosts FIRST LEGO LEAGUE (FLL) OHIO KICKOFF
Click WEBSITE button to learn more about the FLL
W.E.B DuBois Talented Tenth STEM Education Academy Completes 6th
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