The Institute of Urban Education announces the 2012 W.E.B. DuBois Talented Tenth STEM Education Academy July 8-20, 2012

The Central State University's  Institute of Urban Education is
sponsoring a two-week summer  program for high school students currently
in grades 10, 11 and 12 that have an interest in S.T.E.M. and attending
Central State University (CSU).
Also, those students who have completed the 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011
ExxonMobil Benard Harris Summer Science Camp at CSU and will be entering the ninth grade in the fall of 2012 are eligible.
The program will be held  on the campus of Central State
University in the Center for Education  and Natural Sciences in
Wilberforce, Ohio. Students will be engaged in  learning science,
technology, engineering, math, finance and  entrepreneurship. An
essential portion of the students experience  involves meeting and
interacting with minority scientists,  mathematicians and entrepreneurs.
The students will participate in field excursions, which
include a tour of Central State University,  where they will be exposed to faculty and staff of the University.Participants will get a first hand look at where their college career  can begin.


The registration fee for the 2012 Academy is $150.00.
After June 30 , 2012 there is a $50 late fee.
All registrations are
on-line only .

Once registered, paperwork for the academy will be e-mailed or mailed. Space it limited to 35 students.



To register click link below