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STEAM ACADEMY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ART AND MATH Biotechnology General Information Where are modules held? Modules are located at the D...

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STEAM ACADEMY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ART AND MATH

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General Information Where are modules held?

Modules are located at the Delgado City Park and West Bank Campuses.

How much does it cost? High School Program, City Park Campus - two weeks, June 12 - 23, Monday - Thursday, $200 per student Middle School Program, City Park Campus - four unique sessions, one week long each, Monday - Thursday, - start dates June 26, July 10, July 17, and July 24, $125 per session, per student Middle School Program, West Bank Campus - two unique sessions, one week long each, Monday - Thursday, July 10 - 13 and July 17 - 20, $125 per session, per student

How long does the program run? • •

High School Modules are designed to meet four days a week for three weeks. Each lab day consists of a four-hour block beginning at 8:30 a.m. Monday through Thursday. Middle School Modules are designed to meet four days a week for one week each. Each lab day consists of a six-hour block beginning at 9 a.m. Monday through Thursday.

Who should enroll?

Enrollment is open to traditional and non-traditional students ages 13 - 19 years old, 2017 graduates, or with recommendation from a high school science teacher. Delgado is able to accommodate students with certain disabilities. Contact Dr. Clint Coleman at (504) 671-6148) for more information.

How do I enroll?

Interested individuals should enroll online or contact Delgado at (504) 671-6148 or visit www.dcc.edu/steam. After completing the online registration form, Registration payments can be made by check and mailed to Delgado Community College Biology Department Registration Summer STEM Challenges 615 City Park Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119

How can I support the program?

Delgado’s STEAM program is made possible through generous donations from our community. If you are interested in making a gift, please visit www.gofundme.com/delgadosteam.

City Park Campus 615 City Park Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119

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STEAM ACADEMY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ART AND MATH

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West Bank Campus - Middle School Program

school science class. The activities are designed to captivate the student’s imagination and creativity by giving students unique hands-on experiences while learning about science. In this endeavor, students will have the opportunity to choose custom laboratory modules based on topics they find interesting. Many of the skills developed are highly sought after by industry and higher education.

Each week of the middle school program will follow a format similar to the City Park Campus program, and may include the following topics: laboratory orientation, microscopy, cell structure, cell culture, microbiology, structural biology, DNA, chemistry, chemical reactions, forensics, biochemistry, physics, and math. Middle school program - two unique sessions, one week long each, Monday - Thursday • $125 per session, per student • July 10 - 13 and July 17 - 20

City Park Campus - High School Program

Each module consists of two parts. The first part will introduce students to laboratory practices such as laboratory safety, the metric system, and bacterial growth assays. In the second part of each module, students will undertake cutting edge laboratory experiments based on those classic/basic principles. These activities will introduce students to specific areas of science and are taught by instructors with extensive experience in their respective fields.

What are the Delgado Summer STEAM Challenges?

High school program - two weeks • June 12 - 23, Monday - Thursday • $200 per student

The Delgado Summer Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) Challenges is a summer initiative to provide area 5th - 12th grade students access to innovative theories and techniques found in modern science laboratories. These exciting programs are held at the Delgado City Park Campus Monday through Thursday.

Building Science In this module, students will learn “building science” concepts by performing experiments to understand how our homes work as a system. We will explore how specific materials used for building enclosures function to separate the outside from the inside environment. Additionally, we will explore products commonly found in homes that affect indoor air quality and human health. Students will form teams to design an environmentally responsible home that meets the criteria of topics covered in the camp.

How Did We Get Here? Great scientific breakthroughs rarely happen overnight. However, there are a few historical experiments that paved the way for major leaps in our scientific knowledge. In this module, you will learn about scientists such as Pasteur, Koch, Fleming, and others. More importantly, you will recapitulate their experiments and rediscover the same results as they did at their time in history.

What is unique about the Delgado Summer STEAM Challenges?

The Delgado Summer STEAM Challenges is not your typical

City Park Campus - Middle School Program

Introduction to Microbiology Students will study practical applications of microbiology and its biochemical importance in food production and disease. We will grow and examine bacteria from various samples such as water and food products.

Each week of the middle school program will consist of a unique focus which may include the following topics: laboratory orientation, microscopy, cell structure, cell culture, microbiology, structural biology, DNA, kitchen chemistry, chemical reactions, forensics, biochemistry, physics, math, and digital design using the Fab Lab NOLA. Middle school program - four unique sessions, one week long each, Monday - Thursday • $125 per session, per student • Start dates: June 26, July 10, July 17, and July 24

Instructors Clint Coleman, Ph.D., Summer STEAM Director Erica Burns, M.S., Associate Director Brent Fodera, M.S., Associate Director James Guenther, Ph.D., Associate Director Chris LeBlanc, Ph.D., Instructor Annie Mader, Ph.D., Instructor Stephen Peterson, M.S., Instructor Rebecca Pitre, Ph.D., Instructor Sarah Rodriguez, Ph.D., Instructor Rebecca Zaman, M.S., Instructor