Invent the future of global health at UW Bioengineering Summer Day Camp!
About the camp
The 2014 Bioengineering Summer Camp is a unique, 5-day experience for students entering the 9th or 10th grade in the next academic year. During camp, students will learn how University of Washington Bioengineers are tackling global health issues such as malaria, HIV, tuberculosis, and cancer. Together with bioengineering faculty, staff, and students, campers will participate in a hands-on environment that will explore how bioengineers are inventing the future of medicine.
Bioengineering Summer Camp will be held on the University of Washington Campus from July 21st-25th, 2014.
The camp is intended to serve students who live within commuting distance of the University of Washington in Seattle
Each day will begin at 9:00AM and conclude at 4:00PM. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the University of Washington, but will be provided with lunch and snacks each day.
How much does it cost?
Tuition is $475, in addition to a mandatory $25 registration fee
A limited number of full and partial scholarships are available; contact the Bioengineering Summer Camp Director for more information.
What will we do?
Learn how Bioengineers are tackling global health issues by exploring the engineering design process, techniques for detecting and treating diseases, and factors affecting access to healthcare.
- Participate in fun hands-on laboratory activities
- Take a field trip to the Gates Foundation
- Visit UW Bioengineering laboratories
- Interact with UW Bioengineering students and faculty
How do I apply?
All application materials are due by 5:00PM on Wednesday, April 30th. No late or incomplete applications will be accepted.
- Online Application
- 300 word essay describing your interest in Bioengineering, sent by email to email@example.com
- Letter of recommendation from your science teacher
Applicants who are accepted to Bioengineering Summer Camp will be notified by email. The acceptance package will include detailed information about the camp schedule, lab safety information that must be read prior to the first day of camp, and a release form to be signed by the applicant’s parent or guardian.
We will notify you if you have been awarded a scholarship.
Questions about the camp?
Contact BIOE Summer Camp Director Lucy Pick at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 221-5884