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MTSU Summer STEM Camp for High Schoolers

High schoolers can get a taste of biology, chemistry, math, science education, physics and engineering.

Registration for the second MTSU College of Basic and Applied Sciences summer STEM camp is officially open.

This summer, from June 19 – 23, the college will triple the number of participants and increase the number of faculty and departments involved with the camp highlighting science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Students entering grades 9 through 12 can come to the camp and receive a taste of biology, chemistry, math, science education, physics and engineering technology through fun activities and events with actual professors in a college setting.

About MTSU STEM camp

Participants can explore rivers, education or quantum computers — or visit the MTSU Flight Operations Center (Aerospace) at Murfreesboro Airport, and Creamery (Agriculture) or observatory (Astronomy) on campus. Fun extras include spending time in the Student Union game room, Campus Recreation Center and movie theater.

The in-person camp will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Registration before April 15 will be $200 per person and include meals, activities, trips, supplies, T-shirt and more. The fee after April 15 will be $250.

The registration deadline is May 15. To register, visit mtsu.edu/cbas/CBASSTEMSummercamp.php. The camp is a collaboration with the MTSU Tennessee STEM Education Center. For more information, call 615-898-2613.


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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.