Resources for Students
Gotham email accounts are used for communication with teachers, peers, and administration. Use of google classroom is being used in numerous classes. login info: email@example.com
Applications are now open for the 2018 Hk Maker Lab summer program. The program brings high school students to the Biomedical Engineering department at Columbia University to learn the engineering design process, get hands-on training with a wide range of scientific tools and fabrication techniques, and tackle a medical problem by building a solution from scratch. Participation in the program is completely free and students will be reimbursed for food and travel expenses. Click above for more information and to apply.
Applications are now open for the New York Bioforce Summer Internship Program. This program offers students in grades 11 and 12 the exciting opportunity to work alongside real scientists and engineers in the life sciences. Paid internships will be offered both at academic institutions like Columbia University, as well as at New York City biotechnology companies. Before they begin their internship, students will receive extensive training in a broad range of life science skills from basic science literacy to molecular biology techniques like polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Click to the Right for more information and to apply. HS Bioforce
Columbia University Society of Women Engineers
This spring, Columbia University’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) will be hosting its annual Engineering Exploration Experience.
Registration is now open and on a first-come, first-serve basis!
Please register via: tinyurl.com/registerEEE
The event will expose female high school students to the exciting career opportunities available in all branches of engineering.www.seas.columbia.edu/swe/eee.html
Date: Saturday, March 24th, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Columbia University (NYC), Mudd Engineering Building
Participation Fee: Early Bird (Before February 15th) - $10, Regular - $15
Lunch, t-shirts, and materials for the engineering design challenge will be provided. If the participation fee poses a financial concern, students will be able to request a fee-waiver within the registration form.
This event is an excellent opportunity for female students to learn more about engineering and all it has to offer. The students will participate in workshops led by professors and an engineering design challenge mentored by Columbia students. There will also be a panel session where students can meet and speak to professional women in various engineering industries.
Period 1 8:45-9:43 am Tuesdays Students have Lunch and Leave at 1:28pm (dismissal at 2:03pm)
Period 2 9:45-10:43 am
Period 3 10:45-11:58 am
Period 4 12:00-12:43 pm
Period 5 12:43-1:28 pm
Period 6 1:28-2:03 pm
Period 7 2:05-3:05 pm