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BU Summer Programs

Boston University High School Honors Program

www.bu.edu/summer/highschool
A six-week program for rising high school seniors (current high school juniors).  Choose between General Honors (actual Boston University classes) and Research Internship in Science and Engineering (lab work with a faculty mentor).  The Summer 2005 session runs July 4–August 12. 
Program Cost:

Contact: azadams@bu.edu
Phone: 617-353-1378

Deadline: 05/15/05

Boston University Summer Challenge

www.bu.edu/summer/highschool
A two-week, non-credit college preparatory program for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors (current high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors).  Choose two academic seminars from creative writing, persuasive writing, business, visual arts, law, international politics, psychology, and science.  The Summer 2005 sessions run from June 19-July 1, July 10-July 22, or July 31 to August 12. 
Program Cost:

Contact: azadams@bu.edu
Phone: 617-353-1378

Deadline: 06/01/04

Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS)

www.promys.org
PROMYS offers a lively mathematical environment in which ambitious high school students explore the creative world of mathematics.  Through their intensive efforts to solve a large assortment of unusually challenging problems in Number Theory, the participants practice the art of mathematical discovery — numerical exploration, formulation and critique of conjectures, and techniques of proof and generalization. 

More experienced participants may also study algebra, geometry and symmetry, or combinatorics.  Problem sets are accompanied by daily lectures given by research mathematicians.  In addition, a highly competent staff of 18 college-aged counselors live in the dormitories and are always available to discuss mathematics with students.  Each participant will meet with professional mathematicians several times per week for problem-solving and open-ended explorations.  Special lectures by outside speakers offer a broad view of mathematics and its role in the sciences.

PROMYS is a residential program designed for 65 ambitious high school students in grades 9 through 12.  Admission decisions will be based on the following criteria: applicants' solutions to a set of challenging problems included with the application packet; teacher recommendations; high school transcripts; student essays explaining their interest in the program.

Cost: The approximate cost for instruction and room and board is $2,350.  Books may cost an additional $100.  Financial aid is available.  PROMYS is dedicated to the principle that no student will be unable to attend because of financial need.

PROMYS is directed by Professor Glenn Stevens.  Application materials can be obtained by writing to PROMYS, Department of Mathematics, Boston University, 111 Cummington Street, Boston, MA 02215, by email at promys@bu.edu , by visiting our website at http://www.promys.org, or by calling (617) 353-2563.  Applications will be accepted from February 1 until June 1, 2006. 
Program Cost: $2350

Contact: promys@bu.edu
Phone: 617-353-2563

Deadline: 06/01/06

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