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Career Talks from People in the Field
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Laboratory Tours
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Introduction to Scientific Instruments
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Mentors from Industry
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Microscope Examinations
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Industry Tours
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Team Projects
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Microstructure Evaluations
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University Enviroment
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One Million Times Magnification (Transmission Electron Microscope))
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Laboratory Tours
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Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)
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Material Testing
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Hardness Testing
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Unique Materials
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Get Your Geek On
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Fascinating Materials Properties
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WANTED: High School Students!

The MN ASM materials camp will provide a hands-on experience
into the world of materials science and engineering

 

Who:

  • Students entering their Junior or Senior year in high school in Fall 2015
  • Inquisitive learners with strong math and science aptitude

What:

  • Four day, summer camp utilizing hands-on learning principles of materials engineering.
  • A unique science experience under the direction of a industry and education based “Materials Mentors”.
  • Combination of mini-demonstrations, field trips with extensive involvement in laboratory facilities to actively explore materials science & engineering principles.

Where:

  • University of Minnesota - Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science (CEMS)

When:

  • June 16 - 19, 2015

Cost:

  • Students receive FREE meals, tuition, knowledge and entertainment
  • This a commuter camp. Students must arrange their own transportation to the U of M each day.

How to apply:

How are students chosen:

  • This is a competitive application process.
  • Students must have basic knowledge of algebra, chemistry, and physics and describe why they want to learn more about engineering and materials science.
  • Students entering their Senior year will be given a higher priority in the selection process.
  • Experienced practicing engineers will review each application to select the winners
  • Students must have a strong interest in applied science
  • Selections will be announced about April 15, 2015.