Scores of local high school students turned their summer break into a time of serious and memorable growth by taking part in the academy, offered by the UMSL Bridge Program.
UMSL Professor Keith Miller is working to create a program that would allow children who are ill to take part in science activities through the use of virtual robots.
The camp attracted 80 students from grades 9-12 to the UMSL campus. It was developed to provide opportunities for devoted singers to get experience they might not get at home.
More than 200 St. Louis teens were accepted into this year's iteration of the outreach program, which continues to successfully support underserved young people through precollegiate programming.