Thursday, July 22, 2010

The Science Fair Preparatory Program at Chicago State University

Deadline July 25th, 2010

How would you like to win the gold medal in the Science Fair? Would you like to create a winning science fair project?
Would you like to advance from one science fair to another? Or perhaps you would like to hear the judges say, “You have
an outstanding project, how would you like to intern in my laboratory? All this and much more may be possible if you enroll
in the Science Fair Preparatory Program sponsored by the 21st Century initiative of the School of Graduate
and Professional Studies at Chicago State University.

The Science Fair Preparatory Program (SFPP) sponsored by the 21st Century Initiative of the School of Graduate and
Professional Studies at Chicago State University is a two-week innovative science fair program designed to assist students
in composing science and math projects.

Students serve in an apprentice role working in laboratories under the guidance and supervision of Chicago State University
graduate students and faculty in designing research projects for the Chicago Public Schools’ Annual Science and Math Fair.
SFPP students will be introduced to legitimate research methodology.

Science Fair Preparatory Program students select a topic related to real world application and work closely with their assigned
graduate student to design a science project in their area of interest.

SFPP will meet two days a week for two weeks beginning July 26 – August 5, 2010

Eligible applicants:

Juniors and seniors from Chicago Public Schools (Strong sophomore candidates should inquire.)
Received grades of C+ or better in mathematics and science
Demonstrate an interest designing a science project
Possess a committed work ethnic

Please contact:

Jimmie Bush, Dir. College Bridge
280 Williams Science Center Chicago State University
9501 So. King Drive Chicago, IL 60628
Fax 773-995-3759

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