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Stony Brook University GeoPREP

Summer Camp Residential Program July 7th August 8th, 2014


Housing provided at Stony Brook University

A research experience for high school students in high need districts who have completed New York State Regents Earth Science
ACTIVITIES
Glacial geology; Field mapping; Remote sensing; Weather forecasting and meteorological modeling; Field studies in Marine Science at Sunken Forest, and a cruise at the Great South Bay; Field trips to Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island Aquarium, the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation, the National Weather Service site in Upton, NY, Wildwood State Park, and Stony Brook Harbor; Meteoric origins of water; Astronomy night at the Universitys observatory.

CONTACT
For more information, please contact: Paul Siegel, Director Stony Brook GeoPREP Program Stony Brook University Department of Technology & Society Harriman Hall 345A Stony Brook, NY 11794-3760 Phone: 631-632-8716 Paul.Siegel@stonybrook.edu

GeoPREP Summer Camp


Application for Summer 2014 The deadline for this application is April 1, 2014. A complete application includes two recommendation letters from teachers using the enclosed forms (one from a science teacher and one from another teacher of your choice). In addition, please submit a copy of your high school transcript AND your most recent report card. Your Name
Last First Middle

Mailing Address
Street

City

State

Zip

Gender Phone # High School Date of Birth E-mail address

Social Security # Career Goal Year of Graduation Tee-shirt size

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Information on your letters of recommendation (to be sent directly from teacher): Name of science teacher: Name of other faculty member: Send Completed Applications by April 1, 2014:

Paul Siegel, OEDG Director Department of Technology and Society 345A Harriman Hall Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY 11794-3760 Tel: 631-632-8716; Fax: 631-632-7809

Your name
Last First Middle

OEDG is sponsored by the National Science Foundation to increase the numbers of students from high needs school districts who intend to major in geosciences in college, and who intend to pursue careers in geosciences.

1. What are your future goals and plans?

2. The GeoPREP Summer Camp is a five-week program. Why does this program interest you and what are your expectations if you are selected to participate?

Science Teacher Recommendation Form


(To be completed by a science teacher who has taught you.) Students name Teachers name Capacity in which you know this student Please compare this student to the others that you have taught:
Top 2% Top 2%Top Top 10% 10% Top Top 25% 25% Top 50% Top 50%

School

Maturity Positive interaction with peers Inquisitiveness Ability to complete tasks Students strengths:

Less than 50%

Students weaknesses:

Additional comments:

Teachers signature

Date Deadline: 04/01/14 Please send to: Paul Siegel, Department of Technology & Society, 345A Harriman Hall Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-3760 (Phone: 631-632-8716; fax: 631-632-7809)

Teacher Recommendation Form


(To be completed by any teacher who has taught you.) Students Name Teachers Name Capacity in which you know this student Please compare this student to the others that you have taught:
Top 2% Top 2%Top Top 10% 10% Top Top 25% 25% Top 50% Top 50%

School

Maturity Positive interaction with peers Inquisitiveness Ability to complete tasks Students strengths:

Less than 50%

Students weaknesses:

Additional comments:

Teachers signature

Date Deadline: 04/01/14 Please send to: Paul Siegel, Department of Technology & Society, 345A Harriman Hall Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-3760 (Phone: 631-632-8716; fax: 631-632-7809)

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