February 13, 2012

Engineering Innovation course set for high school students

High school students selected for the Engineering Innovation course being offered at Johns Hopkins this summer will apply math and science concepts to practical projects designed to challenge and engage them.

The intensive, multidisciplinary engineering course includes college-level lectures, hands-on lab activities, team projects and a spaghetti bridge competition.

Current JHU employees who are interested in having their children participate may be eligible for a 50 percent tuition remission; to see the benefits policy regarding remission, go to www.benefits.jhu.edu/tuition/remission.cfm.

For more information about the program, go to engineering-innovation.jhu.edu.