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July 22nd, 2005
Programs appeal to potential students
Drexel University colleges and schools are hosting a wide variety of summer programs for high school students and undergraduates, which will expose them to the University's resources, equipment, faculty and staff.
The five programs include Drexel Research Experience in Advanced Materials, Research Experience for Teachers in Areas of Innovation and Novel Technologies, Research Experiences for Teachers in the Area of Nanotechnology, Summer Engineering Experience at Drexel, Summer Mentorship Program and Math and Science Partnership. The programs combined host over 200 high school students, 90 high school teachers and 14 undergraduate students.
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