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Young students find summer learning opportunities at UofL

July 23rd, 2007

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Masters in engineering student Jacob Jones was one of four University of Louisville chemical engineering students who talked to area high school students during the monthlong INSPIRE program at the J.B. Speed School of Engineering. Jones explained how a cooling tower transfers heat from water to air.

The INSPIRE (Increasing Student Preparedness and Interest in the Requisites for Engineering) program is open to minority and female students, who traditionally are underrepresented in engineering fields, to give them an idea about different engineering careers.

Students visit area industry and, on campus, are introduced to rapid prototyping, computer-aided design, bioengineering and road and bridge construction. They also learn about careers and the many engineering programs and majors UofL offers.

INSPIRE is one of many summer learning opportunities UofL provides to elementary, middle and high school students to help them prepare for their futures. Here are others:

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