Students in the new Discovering STEM in ACES Program (DSAP) engage in STEM-related learning activities focused on food, agriculture, human, and environmental systems. Students have the opportunity to work in their area of interest, with a team of their peers, lead by industry leaders, ACES staff, and current ACES students.
Two weeks of lectures, hands-on activities, and demonstrations centered on real-world issues will help students discover how ACES is related to to their career goals. Depending on the COVID-19 situation, one week will be conducted virtually via Zoom, and the second week will be in person on campus.
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Discovering STEM in ACES requires the following:
One recommendation form from either a STEM teacher or counselor and transcripts are to be emailed to Diana Rodriguez (Pre-College Program Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org
The program dates are from July 10-23, 2022. This is a FREE experience. Students work together in teams based on their area of interests listed below.
All eligible students will be interviewed virtually via Zoom conferencing in May 2022.