The ten week summer program includes:
- an intensive research experience for students
- research discussion groups
- interdisciplinary research workshops for writing and presentation skills
- research seminars
- social activities.
BDSI, BioConnect, & RARE students will be presenting their Summer research projects through oral presentations and poster presentations
RARE students will come to Lehigh for a 2-week* “camp” prior to regular orientation that will be organized in cooperation with the Office of the First Year Experience, the Office for Academic Outreach, and STEM faculty. The program will include introductions to life science, including responsible conduct of research, safety, the laboratory environment, the research enterprise, exposure to primary literature, information technologies; sessions addressing campus culture, academics, resources, and support services; and social activities. Students participating in the pre-orientation camp will receive a stipend.
*For the 2017-2018 academic year, the camp will begin on August 13, 2017 .
Immediately following Dr. Clifford Brangwynne's seminar entitled: RNA/Protein Liquids: Lighting up intracellular phase space, Students and Faculty Fellows are invited to have dinner with the speaker and have questions answered and learn more about the professors back ground.
Presentation Day Schedule:
12:30 pm Introductions
12:45 pm Three Oral Presentations
2:15 pm Coffee Break
2:30 pm Two Oral Presentations
3:30 pm Move to Posters
4:00 pm Poster Presentations
6:00 pm Travel to Lower Campus
6:30 pm Dinner (UC308)
Lehigh Alumnus, Dr. Frank L Douglas, will be giving a public seminar on BioInnovation.
He will be accompanied by Dr. Vijay Bhargava who will be speaking on drug metabolism.
Funding for Dr. Douglas’s visit is provided through a grant to Lehigh University from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
On Saturday, July 20, 2019 the HHMI funded summer programs will be returning to America's Grow-a-Row for the third straight year to pick vegetables at this amazing nonprofit farm in Pittstown, NJ. Last year we were able to help collect 1,600 pounds of zucchini and 4,600 pounds of cucumbers. Hopefully we can beat those numbers this year!
Our students have worked so hard this summer. Please join us while they show off what they have learned.