This summer Bristol-Myers Squibb and Syracuse University will mark the 21st anniversary of providing a week-long science adventure for local seventh and eighth grade students.
The program, which is fully funded by Bristol-Myers Squibb, is designed to encourage students’ interest in science and technology and to foster interest in science-related careers. Students are given the opportunity to explore technology, chemistry, geology, physics, anatomy, ecology and more! They visit sites around the University and the community, including Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Applications for the 2013 Science Horizons program have been mailed to the Science Department Chairperson at each Onondaga County Middle School. Students, please contact your guidance counselor or Science teacher if you are interested in participating in this year's program.
Teachers should contact 315-443-4846 for further information.