Welcome young Guam scientists! We are so excited to have you join us on a journey to the world of the University of Guam scientific community. We have prepared a 7 week exploratory program to increase your scientific knowledge and to help improve your awareness of the world around us – it is FILLED with science of all types. Here is more about our program.
The University of Guam College of Natural & Applied Sciences, in collaboration with the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources’ GENE-ius Day Program, presents Guam GENE-ius! Dr Ania Wieczorek, and her team in Hawai‘i, have been critical to getting our program started here on Guam and we are grateful.
Guam GENE-ius will give your children the opportunity to learn more about the world of science through our fun, interactive, and thought-provoking hands-on activities and experiments in a university setting. The program will:
– Encourage young students to explore more fully the world of science
– Foster critical thinking and problem-solving skills
– Stimulate curiosity
– Build an overall passion for science
Guam GENE-ius will be offering the awesome science curricula provided by Hawaii’s Saturday GENE-iuses to grades 4-6 students on Guam. The program will run a series of seven (7) classes with two (2) identical sessions (morning and afternoon) every-other-Saturday. Each Saturday session will cover fun and exciting topics representing a wide range of science disciplines that include biology, space, earth science, and more! Guam GENE-ius is taught by trained, reliable, and dynamic instructors and staff who are knowledgeable in the field of science. The program will take place in and around the Agriculture & Life Sciences building of University of Guam, which houses classrooms and labs.
The cost of the entire 7-week program is $70 and classes start on time at 10am-noon (morning) and 2pm-4pm (afternoon). Once the program starts; there will be no refunds for classes missed, sorry. First day of class is Saturday, January 13, 2018 and runs through March 31, 2018; the last Saturday is a graduation. Applications, with payment, are due no later than Friday, January 5. Payments can be made to Ms. Jane Mendiola at Room 205 at the Agriculture & Life Sciences building. Application can be accepted via email or with payments. Please indicate what session (morning or afternoon) you wish to enroll your child when making your payment. The application package is here.
Get ready to embark on a series of science adventures! If you have questions, please email Ms Kamille Wang, the program manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 787-8159.