The two-week summer Math & Science Program, held at the UofL College of Arts & Sciences, engages high school students in a real-world laboratory setting.
Approximately 100 students in grades 9-12 conduct research and scientific investigations around the global issues of biodiversity, water quality, and energy. Students apply math and science skills as they gather information, conduct investigations, solve problems, design projects, and present sustainable solutions.
The hands-on, interdisciplinary STEM curriculum prepares students for their next levels in math and science. Students entering into grades 9-12 may apply.
Program Information & Application
Applications for next summer’s program will be accepted in spring 2021.