Teach Local High School Students What Your Department Does!

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Share your department's work while engaging high school students during College Day at Brown, on Thursday, April 14, 2022!

This immersive one-day program will bring about 200 local high school students to campus to introduce or further expose them to the world of higher education.

Throughout the course of the day, students will have the opportunity to experience what it’s like to be in a college classroom and will explore a variety of disciplines in the form of three interest-based tracks:

  • STEM: The STEM Track will offer students interested in all areas of science, technology, engineering, and math an opportunity to get up close and personal with much of Brown’s groundbreaking work by getting a taste for what it means to be a scientist through intellectual concepts and scientific processes taught at Brown.
  • Liberal Arts: The LibArt Track will offer students the freedom to explore multiple areas of interest. This track may include experiences covering a wide array of subjects, including rhetoric, speaking and writing, anthropology, art, media and performance, history, and literature among others.
  • Social Impact: The Social Impact Track encourages students to analyze the current state of society and meet the most pressing challenges of the 21st century through a variety of intersecting lenses including education, race and culture, diversity and equity, gender and more. The SI Track will include experiences covering areas of study such as community engagement, social justice, environment & sustainability, leadership and entrepreneurship, public policy, and urban studies among others.

An experience in any track may be in the form of a visit to a class/lecture, a tour of your department and its work, a demonstration, a performance, a hands-on task, a panel Q & A. The possibilities are endless, so feel free to think outside the box and have fun in how you engage our guests.

Submissions for experiences are due Friday 2/11 at the link below.
Email Soljane_Martinez@Brown.edu for more information