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The University of Denver Engineering School

DU/UDenver-Engineering Summer Programs

Making of an Engineer
The Making of an Engineer is a college credit course especially designed for high school students interested in engineering.  Emphasized is the art and science of engineering including use of tools, lab equipment, Boolean algebra, logic gates, mechanical dissection, instrumentation, and digital systems to practice enginering design.  Numerous lab sessions ensure hands-on experience.  Small interactive groups meet with professors and practicing engineers to work on special projects such as chaos, robotics, electronics, biomechanics, superconductivity, telecommunications, computer engineering, digital processing, materials characterization, fluids, and thermal science and to discuss engineering ethics and career choices.  This is a residential only program. 
Program Cost: $116 tuition (All accepted students receive $2784 tuition scholarship). Room and board is $1095. Numerous room/board and travel

Phone: 303-871-2663

Deadline: 04/14/05

Making of a Scientist
The Making of a scientist is a college credit course especially designed for high school students interested in computers, math, and science.  Students explore the relationship between mathematics and computer science and the applications of computers to science, especially chemistry.  Topics include symbolic logic, modular arithmetic, number theory, cryptography, internal workings of a computer, and programming concepts.  These ideas are used to design algorithms that are converted to computer programs.  Students use their own programs to collect and analyze data leading to an understanding of atomic structures and use a variety of controlled spectroscopic instruments to probe molecular structures and make predictions about molecular structures of new compounds.  Small group interactions with several professors allow for special projects.  Students meet with practicing scientists on field trips and on campus to discuss career choices and ethics.  This is a residential only program. 
Program Cost: $116 tuition (All accepted students receive $2784 tuition scholarship). Room and board is $1095. Room/board and travel stipends

Phone: 303-871-2663

Deadline: 04/15/05

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