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Jürgen Polle

STEP:
brooklyn college
science and technology
entry program

HIGH SCHOOL

The laboratory accepts high-school students through the Brooklyn College Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP). STEP encourages underrepresented minorities and financially disadvantaged high school students to pursue careers in science and technology. High school juniors, generally referred by their teachers, enter the program and spend two years, including summers, at Brooklyn College in science laboratories learning procedures and how to write scientific papers.

In this laboratory high-school students are introduced into research by the faculty member. After an introductory period students work under supervision on a small research project by themselves or in a group alongside with undergraduate students. In addition, the faculty member guides students through the process of presenting scientific research.

Current STEP Participants:
Currently none

Past STEP Participants:
Aminata Cisse
Donna Dei-Baning
Claudeline Louis





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