The ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp provides activities, experiments, projects, and field experiences for students entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade in the fall of 2013. The camp promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics education and supports historically underserved and underrepresented students with limited opportunities. Students attend the camp free of charge. Students currently in grade 5, 6, or 7 who have an interest in science and mathematics, at least a B average in science and mathematics courses and a passing score on the state’s standardized science and mathematics tests are eligible to apply.
For more information and the downloadable application, click here for the summer science camp.
The College of Science and Technology will hold its graduation ceremony on Thursday, May 10 beginning at 4:00 PM in the Temple University Student Pavilion on Main Campus. CST’s Class of 2012—one of its largest and most accomplished—includes 28 advanced-degree candidates and more than 300 bachelor’s degree candidates in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, computer and information sciences, earth and environmental sciences, mathematics and physics.
The ceremony will feature remarks by Temple University Board member Solomon C. Luo, Director and Founding Partner of Progessive Vision Institute of Philadelphia. Dr. Luo is a nationally recongnized expert and instructor in cataract and refractive surgery. He completed his ophthalmology residency at Temple University Hospital in 1996.
The College of Science and Technology has awarded its 2011 Distinguished Faculty and Student Awards, honoring faculty for teaching, mentoring and research and undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated exceptional achievement in the classroom and laboratory. For the full list of awardees, click here.
April 3, 2013