Business Scholars Institute

9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

For High School Juniors only. The Business Scholars Institute (BSI) is a week-long summer residency program designed for high-achieving high school juniors interested in pursuing business education and career opportunities.

BSI provides exposure to business careers, access to top business faculty, connections to collegiate honors programs, and information on post-graduate education. You will be surrounded by ambitious peers, experience challenging business projects, and begin building a network for your future. You'll also learn about the W. P. Carey Leaders Academy, an exclusive community for our top business students, and Barrett, the Honors College at ASU.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Danna Remillard 480-965-1930 danna.remillard@asu.edu
$200
June 15 - June 19, 2015
Tempe campus

Barrett Summer Scholars (9th Grade)

9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Barrett Summer Scholars is a summer enrichment opportunity for gifted, honors, and high-achieving students from the state of Arizona. Students are invited to participate in this mini college experience where they will live on-campus for 1-2 weeks, take college-level classes, and engage in community-building activities with their peers. The program for current 9th graders will take place at ASU's Tempe campus May 31-June 12, 2015.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Taylor Whitley 480-965-9410 Taylor.Whitley@asu.edu
$1200; need-based scholarships available
May 31 - June 12, 2015
Tempe campus
eoss.asu.edu/bss

Fleischer Scholars Program

9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

The Fleischer Scholars Program provides high school juniors a great opportunity to experience college life, entrepreneurship, and business during a week-long residential program.

The program is tailored for economically disadvantaged Arizona high school students interested in pursuing business as a career. Students selected for the program benefit from a multitude of resources, and they learn necessary skills for success in college and beyond.

Program Highlights:
- Discover academic and career opportunities in business
- Interact with current W. P. Carey students, faculty, staff, and alumni
- Find out more about university admission and available financial assistance options
- Learn the keys to academic and professional success

There are two one week-long residential programs taking place in July 2015:
July 6-10, 2015
July 20-24, 2015

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Danna Remillard 480-965-1930 danna.remillard@asu.edu
Free
July 20 - July 24, 2015
Tempe campus

ASU Summer Robotics Camp 9Up

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 8th Grade, 12th Grade, 6th - 8th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

ASU Summer 9Up RobotCamp will cover Microsoft Robotics Studio, robot construction, VPL programming, C# programming, Web programming in Service-Oriented Computing, phone app programming, and a robotics challenge.

Deadline for scholarship consideration: May 1, 2015

Yinong Chen cidse.summercamps@asu.edu
$600
June 15 - June 26, 2015, 8:15 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Tempe campus

Fleischer Scholars Program

9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

The Fleischer Scholars Program provides high school juniors a great opportunity to experience college life, entrepreneurship, and business during a week-long residential program.

The program is tailored for economically disadvantaged Arizona high school students interested in pursuing business as a career. Students selected for the program benefit from a multitude of resources, and they learn necessary skills for success in college and beyond.

Program Highlights:
- Discover academic and career opportunities in business
- Interact with current W. P. Carey students, faculty, staff, and alumni
- Find out more about university admission and available financial assistance options
- Learn the keys to academic and professional success

There are two one week-long residential programs taking place in July 2015:
July 6-10, 2015
July 20-24, 2015

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Danna Remillard 480-965-1930 danna.remillard@asu.edu
Free
July 6 - July 10 , 2015
Tempe campus

Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program

9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

The Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program is an intense academic program that provides motivated 10th - 12th grade students an outstanding opportunity to begin university mathematics and science studies before graduating high school. The program is designed to provide a successful university experience for students who are underrepresented in the mathematics and science fields and to enhance their prospects for future academic success.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Cynthia Barragan Romero/ Jesus Carrillo 480-965-1690 mshp@asu.edu
Free
May 25 - July 17, 2015
Tempe campus
https://mshp.asu.edu/

Summer Engineering Experience- SEE@asu

9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Get a taste of the university experience this summer: visit labs, meet faculty and work on teams solving real problems. You can play a major role in shaping the world of tomorrow—find out how at the Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU.

High school students entering their senior year join other motivated students for an exciting introduction to the engineering profession, faculty, students and the innovative programs offered at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Learn more about academic expectations and university life, and start to think about how you might take advantage of the many opportunities available to our engineering students.

During your week at ASU, you’ll visit research labs and learn about undergraduate research opportunities at the university and in industry. You’ll test your creative problem-solving skills with fun, hands-on team projects. It’s a great way to discover how engineers really work, and how you, as an engineer, can take on some of the greatest challenges facing our society and make a world of difference.

To be eligible, you must:
Be entering your senior year of high school in fall 2015.
Have maintained a 3.0 GPA in all of your academic classes in high school.

Cost:
$600 ($25 non-refundable application fee and $575 participation fee).

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Art De La Cruz 480-965-5059 arturo.delacruz@asu.edu
$600
July 12 - July 25, 2015
Tempe campus

Sun Devil Golf Camp

K - 5th Grade, 6th - 8th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Learn fundamentals of golf, mental aspect, physical and technical. ASU Golf Coaches teaching daily. Introduction to playing team golf. Day camp and overnight options. For 3rd - 12th grade students.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Tiernan McMackin 480-567-5097 tiernan.mcmackin@asu.edu
$1,100
June 14 - June 17, 2015
Tempe campus

Rl Txt Summer Youth Writing Program

K - 5th Grade, 6th - 8th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Two 2-week sessions offered on the Tempe campus for students entering 3rd through 12 grades in the Fall of 2015. Rl Txt summer youth writing camp is designed to offer young writers a supportive environment in which to explore the power of creative writing. Sessions include guest speakers, daily writing workshops and more.

Tina Norgren 480-965-3224 tina.norgren@asu.edu
300
June 1 - 26, 2015, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Tempe campus

Rl Txt Summer Youth Writing Program

K - 5th Grade, 6th - 8th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

2-week session offered on the Polytechnic campus for students entering 3rd through 12 grades in the Fall of 2015. Rl Txt summer youth writing camp is designed to offer young writers a supportive environment in which to explore the power of creative writing. Sessions include guest speakers, daily writing workshops and more

Tina Norgren 480-965-3224 tina.norgren@asu.edu
300
June 1 - June 12, 2015, 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Polytechnic campus

Summer Design Primer

9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

"The Design School in the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts offers a summer introductory course focused on the design disciplines of architecture, industrial design, interior design, landscape architecture, and visual communication design. The Summer Design Primer is designed to help you explore and succeed in your design education at Arizona State University. The course will introduce basic design skills such as: sketching, interpretation and visual organization of information, creative thinking, model construction, spatial thinking and adobe creative suite.

Incoming Design Freshman who are enrolled at Arizona State University for the fall 2015 semester. In addition, area high school students who have completed their junior year by July 2015 and will be high school seniors in August 2015. "

Deadline for scholarship consideration: May 31, 2015

Jessica Vasquez 480-965-3536 Designprimer@asu.edu
$1,500 if paid on or before May 15, 2015 at 5 p.m.; $1,800 if paid between
June 15 - July 17, 2015, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Tempe campus

Summer Experience at West I

10th Grade, 11th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Join us for ASU Summer Experience at West where students currently in grades 10-11 on May 1, 2015 will participate in unique, college-prep experiences. Participants will enjoy interactive activities that may include research, laboratory and museum visits, presentations, seminars, college-major explorations and panel discussions led by current ASU students and faculty.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Anna Calloway 602-543-2890 Anna.Calloway@asu.edu.
$50
June 9 - 11, 2015
West campus

Summer Experience at West II

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Join us for ASU Summer Experience at West where students currently in grades 8-11 on May 1, 2015 will participate in unique, college-prep experiences. Participants will enjoy interactive activities that may include research, laboratory and museum visits, presentations, seminars, college-major explorations and panel discussions led by current ASU students and faculty.

Anna Calloway 602-543-2890 Anna.Calloway@asu.edu.
$25
June 16 -18, 2015, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
West campus

SEE@asu- Summer Engineering Experience

11th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Get a taste of the university experience this summer: visit labs, meet faculty and work on teams solving real problems. You can play a major role in shaping the world of tomorrow—find out how at the Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Art De La Cruz Arturo.DeLaCruz@asu.edu
$600
July 5 - 12 or July 12 -19, 2015
Tempe campus

Summer Design Primer

11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

The Design School in the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts offers a summer introductory course focused on the design disciplines of architecture, industrial design, interior design, landscape architecture, and visual communication design. The Summer Design Primer is designed to help you explore and succeed in your design education at Arizona State University. The course will introduce basic design skills such as: sketching, interpretation and visual organization of information, creative thinking, model construction, spatial thinking and adobe creative suite. Incoming Design Freshman who are enrolled at Arizona State University for the fall 2015 semester. In addition, area high school students who have completed their junior year by July 2015 and will be high school seniors in August 2015.

Jessica Vasquez 480-965-3536 designprimer@asu.edu
$1,500 if paid on or before May 15, 2015 at 5 p.m.; $1,800 if paid between
June 15 - July 17, 2015, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Tempe campus

Sun Devil Golf Camp

6th Grade, 9th Grade, K - 5th Grade, 10th Grade, 7th Grade, 11th Grade, 8th Grade, 12th Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th - 8th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Instruction will focus on improving the student's swing, short game, putting, chipping and course management skills. Campers are grouped by ages and skill levels. Each group (maximim 10) will be guided by a skilled instructor and counselor throughout the camp.Instruction will be provided by some of the most outstanding collegiate golf coaches, PGA and LPGA teaching professionals and former and current ASU collegiate players.Campers will have the same swing instructor daily for consistent teaching. Campers will be able to enjoy the Performance Center which is an indoor/outdoor instruction center with hi speed cameras, indoor putting green and various golf specific exercise tools.

Fun And Challenging Activities:
The camp concludes with an 18-hole tournament followed by an awards reception, which the campers' families are invited to attend.

Maximum Supervision:
All campers will be met upon arrival at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix and will be fully supervised from the time of arrival until their departure. Transportation will be provided to and from the airport.

Registration will be at the Hobbs House Golf Facility (see map) on the day of arrival. The official program will begin at 5:30pm and will end after the awards reception at approximately 3:00pm.

Please plan on arriving between the hours of 1:00-5:00 on the first day of camp. The official program will begin at 5:30pm. Flight departures should be schedule after 3pm on the final day. Parents may pick up campers from the Hobbs House golf facility after the completion of the tournament.

Educational Seminars:
• How to earn a golf scholarship
• What to expect from college golf
• Golf history, rules and equipment
• Golf course management
• Nutrition and weight-training
• Sports psychology and the ""mental game"" with Dr. Debbie Crews, ASU Performance Advisor."

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Tiernan McMackin 480-965-6186 tiernan.mcmackin@asu.edu
Overnight Camp: $1100, Day Camp $200
June 14 - 19, 2015
Tempe campus

Ultimate Technology Boot Camp

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Ultimate Technology Bootcamp: Do you have what it takes to spend 10 days hacking at technology at ASU poly campus? Learn from award winning faculty and instructors, how to create mobile apps, develop cutting edge games, design and build robots, and more. Work together in teams to learn design, development and content integration for software like games and apps. The camp is completely residential and tuition includes camp fees, room and board and exciting site visits.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Ashish Amresh amresh@asu.edu
$1700
June 8 - 19, 2015
Polytechnic campus

Game Camp (High School)

10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Hosted by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Game Camp is a unique, hands-on opportunity for middle and high school students to learn intensive video game creation, visualization and production. You will use the latest software, hardware and development tools to create concepts and prototypes for 2-D and 3-D video gaming. Student to instructor ratios are very low in game camp, Professor Kobayashi and one TA for every 10 students makes it a very focused, individual experience.

Yoshihiro Kobayashi ykobaya@asu.edu
$650
June 15 - 26, 2015.
Tempe campus
gaming.asu.edu

Learning to Program

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Learning to program requires a base of conceptual understanding, followed by language-specific syntax and data handling. This beginner course bridges the gap: first covering broad object-oriented programming concepts common to modern programming, then building on that foundation with an overview of Python language. Your new coding skills will be polished through hands-on exercises and mini applications.

Faye Tadayon-Navabi navabi@asu.edu
$625 ( $50 non-refundable registration fee included )
June 15 - June 25 2015.
Tempe campus
Coming Soon

High School App Camp 2015

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

High School App Camp 2015 will focus on developing apps for the iPhone. Camp participants will receive the skills and knowledge needed to create and deploy their apps on the Apple App Store. Course material will be covered using a hands-on approach that helps participants to learn fundamental concepts through practice. Camp participants enjoy one-on-one interaction with instructors in a small class settings. Some Key topics include: Apple XCode, Objective-C foundations, user interface design, mobile application design and development considerations, interfacing with the web and foundations of debugging source code

Janaka Balasooriya jbalasooriya@gmail.com
$600, $50 non-refundable; refunds issued only before camp starts
June 29 - July 11, 2015.
Tempe campus

Summer Transportation Institute

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Are you an Arizona high school student interested in learning more about engineers and the ways in which they impact our world and society? The Summer Transportation Institute will engage you in projects and field trips that demonstrate how all types of engineers (from aerospace to software) plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona. Spend five nights and six days living on the Arizona State University Polytechnic campus and learn how all types of engineers (from aerospace to software) plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona.

This program is funded by the National Summer Transportation Institute and is FREE of charge to participants. Meals and on-campus housing are included in the program.

During this program, you will tour locations and traffic systems not normally accessible to the general public meet with professional engineers from around the state engage in engineering lab activities that help you better understand engineering within the transportation industry engage in fun evening activities and recreation

Eligibility
To participate, you must meet these minimum qualifications:
Be an Arizona high school student
Be entering 10, 11, or 12 grade in the fall of 2014
Have a minimum high school GPA of 2.5 if you will be entering 10 grade, 2.75 if you will be entering the 11 grade, and 3.0 if you will be entering the 12 grade.
Special consideration will be given to applicants who will be a first-generation college student (your parents did not go to college)
Live in a rural area
Are currently eligible for free or reduced lunch

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$0
July 20 - 24, 2015
Polytechnic campus
THIS CAMP IS FULL

Summer Transportation Institute

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Are you an Arizona high school student interested in learning more about engineers and the ways in which they impact our world and society? The Summer Transportation Institute will engage you in projects and field trips that demonstrate how all types of engineers (from aerospace to software) plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona. Spend five nights and six days living on the Arizona State University Polytechnic campus and learn how all types of engineers (from aerospace to software) plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona.

This program is funded by the National Summer Transportation Institute and is FREE of charge to participants. Meals and on-campus housing are included in the program.

During this program, you will tour locations and traffic systems not normally accessible to the general public meet with professional engineers from around the state engage in engineering lab activities that help you better understand engineering within the transportation industry engage in fun evening activities and recreation

Eligibility
To participate, you must meet these minimum qualifications:
Be an Arizona high school student
Be entering 10, 11, or 12 grade in the fall of 2014
Have a minimum high school GPA of 2.5 if you will be entering 10 grade, 2.75 if you will be entering the 11 grade, and 3.0 if you will be entering the 12 grade.
Special consideration will be given to applicants who will be a first-generation college student (your parents did not go to college)
Live in a rural area
Are currently eligible for free or reduced lunch

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$0
July 13 - 17, 2015
Polytechnic campus
THIS CAMP IS FULL

Summer Transportation Institute

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Are you an Arizona high school student interested in learning more about engineers and the ways in which they impact our world and society? The Summer Transportation Institute will engage you in projects and field trips that demonstrate how all types of engineers (from aerospace to software) plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona. Spend five nights and six days living on the Arizona State University Polytechnic campus and learn how all types of engineers (from aerospace to software) plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona.

This program is funded by the National Summer Transportation Institute and is FREE of charge to participants. Meals and on-campus housing are included in the program.

During this program, you will tour locations and traffic systems not normally accessible to the general public meet with professional engineers from around the state engage in engineering lab activities that help you better understand engineering within the transportation industry engage in fun evening activities and recreation

Eligibility
To participate, you must meet these minimum qualifications:
Be an Arizona high school student
Be entering 10, 11, or 12 grade in the fall of 2014
Have a minimum high school GPA of 2.5 if you will be entering 10 grade, 2.75 if you will be entering the 11 grade, and 3.0 if you will be entering the 12 grade.
Special consideration will be given to applicants who will be a first-generation college student (your parents did not go to college)
Live in a rural area
Are currently eligible for free or reduced lunch

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$0
July 6 -10, 2015
Polytechnic campus
THIS CAMP IS FULL

STEM101

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

STEM101 is geared towards freshmen/sophomore students in high school and focuses on the use and understanding of the engineering design process and careers related to these fields. Hands-on activities  and engineering principles of design will be used to engage students throughout the day. 

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$75
June 1, 2, 9, 2015
Polytechnic campus

STEM201

10th Grade, 11th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

STEM201 is geared towards sophomore/junior high school students with a focus on students interested in pursuing engineering fields. Campers will engage in rapid prototyping  to deveop solutions to real-world problems

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$75
June 3, 4, 11, 2015.
Polytechnic campus

STEM301

11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

STEM301  is geared towards junior/senior high school students who intend to  pursue engineering fields. Includes use of engineering design labs, materials, and equipment. Camp will take place at ASU Innovation Center. Additional cost and parental consent required. 

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$150
June 5, 12, 2015
Polytechnic campus

Summer Health Institute @ ASU

12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Interested in becoming a physician, dentist, physical therapist, optometrist, physician assistant, nurse, occupational therapist, or a healthcare provider? The Summer Health Institute @ ASU will provide students who have completed their junior year of high school the opportunity to live on the ASU Downtown campus for a week while experiencing a variety of interprofessional health related activities including 3 hours of daily simulation at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix campus (suturing, IV’s, intubation, scrubbing, etc), interactions with members of the health care team, and tours of health care facilities located within the health corridor of Arizona. Space is limited to 24 participants per camp.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Deadline for scholarship consideration: March 30, 2015

Nate Wade 602-496-1941 nlwade@asu.edu
TBD
July 12 - 18, 2015
Downtown campus

Summer Health Institute @ ASU

12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Interested in becoming a physician, dentist, physical therapist, optometrist, physician assistant, nurse, occupational therapist, or a healthcare provider? The Summer Health Institute @ ASU will provide students who have completed their junior year of high school the opportunity to live on the ASU Downtown campus for a week while experiencing a variety of interprofessional health related activities including 3 hours of daily simulation at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix campus (suturing, IV’s, intubation, scrubbing, etc), interactions with members of the health care team, and tours of health care facilities located within the health corridor of Arizona. Space is limited to 24 participants per camp.

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Deadline for scholarship consideration: March 30, 2015

Nate Wade 602-496-1941 nlwade@asu.edu
TBD
July 5 - 11, 2015
Downtown campus

Hunnicutt

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Fun-filled 5-day summer overnight program at ASU for high school students considering teaching or careers in education. Build interpersonal and leadership skills, experience ASU student life, meet new friends, Teachers College students, award-winning teachers and prepare for a rewarding career!

Is this a residential program?: Yes

Are scholarships available?: Yes

Karina Cuamea 602-543-2882 karina.cuamea@asu.edu
$390
June 15 - 19, 2015.
West campus
education.asu.edu/hunnicutt

Innovation: Creative Problem Solving through Design Thinking (High School)

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

For High School only. This session will introduce students to the steps that inventors and engineering designers use to imagine, create and quickly prototype innovative solutions to everyday problems. The hands-on approach will emphasize approaches to problem identification and problem solving along with a survey of tools such as needfinding and empathy, brainstorming, synthesis, rapid prototyping, and visual communication. Students will work in teams to create and present their inventions.

Micah Lande micah.lande@asu.edu
Class ​registration ​$275 ​plus ​$25 ​registration ​fee ​totals ​$300. ​
June 29 - July 3, 2015, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Polytechnic campus

The Art of Invention: Introduction to Making and Tinkering (High School)

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

For High School only. Students ​can ​create, ​tinker ​and ​imagine ​new ​ideas ​in ​unique ​week-long ​summer ​sessions. ​Students ​learn ​to ​be ​introduced ​to ​building ​and ​prototyping ​from ​low-fidelity ​to ​using ​rapid ​prototyping ​tools ​(including ​limited ​use ​of ​an ​electronic ​paper ​cutter ​and ​a ​MakerBot ​Mini ​3D ​printer) ​to ​make ​their ​ideas ​real. ​Hands-on ​learning ​offers ​students ​the ​chance ​to ​learn ​new ​making ​and ​building ​skills. ​

Micah Lande micah.lande@asu.edu
Class ​registration ​$275 ​plus ​$25 ​registration ​fee ​totals ​$300.
July 6 - 10, 2015, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Polytechnic campus

Adventure in Computing

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Learning to program requires a base of conceptual understanding, followed by language-specific syntax and data handling. This beginner course bridges the gap: first covering broad object-oriented programming concepts common to modern programming, then building on that foundation with an overview of Python language. Your new coding skills will be polished through hands-on exercises and mini applications. We encourage girls to apply for scholarship which may cover part of the fee.

Tadayon-Navabi navabi@asu.edu
$625 ( $50 non-refundable registration fee included )
June 15 - 25, 2015
Tempe campus
Coming Soon

High School Summer Engineering Research Program

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Are you an Arizona high school student looking to learn more about the field of engineering? Join ASU’s High School Engineering Research Program this summer and get hands-on experience in an engineering research lab.

The faculty in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering conduct innovative research in their labs every day. As part of the summer research program, you’ll work on projects that benefit society and you’ll learn more about the difference disciplines of engineering. Depending on faculty availability, you will work either half days or full days for four or eight weeks in a research lab.

This program is designed for you to:
• Learn more about engineering fields
• Work on projects that benefit society
• Meet and work with ASU faculty and graduate students
• Help clarify your future goals and aspirations

Eligibility
To participate, you must meet these minimum qualifications:
• Be an Arizona high school students
• Be entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade during the 2015-16 academic year
• Be at least 16 years of age by program start date
• Have a minimum high school GPA of 3.0

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$225
June 1 - 26 or July 7 - 31, 2015
Tempe campus

High School Summer Engineering Research Program

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Are you an Arizona high school student looking to learn more about the field of engineering? Join ASU’s High School Engineering Research Program this summer and get hands-on experience in an engineering research lab.

The faculty in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering conduct innovative research in their labs every day. As part of the summer research program, you’ll work on projects that benefit society and you’ll learn more about the difference disciplines of engineering. Depending on faculty availability, you will work either half days or full days for four or eight weeks in a research lab.

This program is designed for you to:
• Learn more about engineering fields
• Work on projects that benefit society
• Meet and work with ASU faculty and graduate students
• Help clarify your future goals and aspirations

Eligibility
To participate, you must meet these minimum qualifications:
• Be an Arizona high school students
• Be entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade during the 2015-16 academic year
• Be at least 16 years of age by program start date
• Have a minimum high school GPA of 3.0

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$225
June 1 - 26 or July 7 - 31, 2015
Polytechnic campus

High School Summer Engineering Research Program

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Are you an Arizona high school student looking to learn more about the field of engineering? Join ASU’s High School Engineering Research Program this summer and get hands-on experience in an engineering research lab.

The faculty in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering conduct innovative research in their labs every day. As part of the summer research program, you’ll work on projects that benefit society and you’ll learn more about the difference disciplines of engineering. Depending on faculty availability, you will work either half days or full days for four or eight weeks in a research lab.

This program is designed for you to:
• Learn more about engineering fields
• Work on projects that benefit society
• Meet and work with ASU faculty and graduate students
• Help clarify your future goals and aspirations

Eligibility
To participate, you must meet these minimum qualifications:
• Be an Arizona high school students
• Be entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade during the 2015-16 academic year
• Be at least 16 years of age by program start date
• Have a minimum high school GPA of 3.0

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$550
June 1 - July 31, 2015 (no sessions during the week of June 29)
Tempe campus

High School Summer Engineering Research Program

9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 9th - 12th Grade, All Grades

Are you an Arizona high school student looking to learn more about the field of engineering? Join ASU’s High School Engineering Research Program this summer and get hands-on experience in an engineering research lab.

The faculty in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering conduct innovative research in their labs every day. As part of the summer research program, you’ll work on projects that benefit society and you’ll learn more about the difference disciplines of engineering. Depending on faculty availability, you will work either half days or full days for four or eight weeks in a research lab.

This program is designed for you to:
• Learn more about engineering fields
• Work on projects that benefit society
• Meet and work with ASU faculty and graduate students
• Help clarify your future goals and aspirations

Eligibility
To participate, you must meet these minimum qualifications:
• Be an Arizona high school students
• Be entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade during the 2015-16 academic year
• Be at least 16 years of age by program start date
• Have a minimum high school GPA of 3.0

Jen Velez engineeringoutreach@asu.edu
$550
June 1 - July 31, 2015 (no sessions during the week of June 29)
Polytechnic campus