The Howard Hughes Summer Science Program, sponsored by the Spelman College Biology Department, is for rising female 12th graders interested in pursuing careers in biology, biochemistry and other biomedical-related fields. Spelman is a historically black college for women located in Georgia.
The program is a five-week residential program taking place June 17, - July 20, 2007. This program is designed to provide participants with an integrative science educational experience and to develop their interpersonal skills.
Students that are eligible to apply to the program must be:
- A rising 12th grade female student enrolled in an accredited high school program
- Maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Able to attend the program for all five weeks students may not participate in other programs concurrently.
The application deadline for the program is March 30, 2007.
For program application and information, interested students should visit the following website: