The application deadline for the 2015-2016 STEM Magnet Program is Wednesday, April 15, 2015.  Please do not miss the opportunity to participate in this program due to not getting your application in on time.  "It was great to come and visit with your school," stated Kimberly Bolig, Director of Bloomsburg University's STEM Education Center. "I know from the many students that I talked with during my visit that there are many who would be good “fits” for the program!"  Applications and teacher/guidance counselor recommendations can be submitted online at www.bloomu.edu/stem. Students and parents who have questions about this program can contact Dr. Bolig at (570) 389-4608 or kbolig@bloomu.edu.

 

 

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