In Frontiers session I, students will focus on Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) challenges and projects in aerospace engineering, biology/biotechnology, biomedical engineering, chemistry/biochemistry, civil and environmental engineering, computer science, electrical and computer engineering, environmental and sustainability studies, interactive media and game development, mathematics, mechanical engineering, or physics. To complement the academic program, each student will also enroll in a humanities and arts workshop, such as writing, art, music, speech, history, international studies, law, or theatre.
Frontiers session I will be held in July 5-17, 2015. Learn more about the academic programs and humanities and arts workshops, or learn about application requirements and details for the Frontiers program. Session I participants may also participate in Session II.
Frontiers session I will be held July 5-17, 2015
Session I participants may also participate in Session II.