Alliance Summer STEM Institute is a series of three one-week summer programs for high school students entering grades 9-12. The goals of this institute are to implement hands on activities in math and science, to expose young students to engineering concepts, and to provide team work and leadership opportunities. The program’s emphasis is to demonstrate how math and science are used to create the designed world. Students will get a collegiate experience, spending each week living in the CSU residence halls with college student mentors. Topics include Biomedical Engineering; Clouds, Weather, and Climate; and Renewable Energy.
College of Engineering and the Alliance Partnership
Aaron D. Benally, Coordinator – (970) 491-4357
Women & Minorities in Engineering
Patricia Vigil, PhD – (970) 491-2350
Director of University Partnerships and Student Services
Director of the Alliance Partnership