Attention science students:

Interested in earning credit in Math, Physics, Biology, Psychology, or Environmental
Science this summer at the prestigious University of Cambridge? It is rare that you
can earn credits abroad in these subjects, which makes this a unique opportunity 
you should seriously consider:

Join Dr. Larry Rockwood, Director of the Undergraduate Biology Program, and fellow
classmates for an intensive 6 credit experience July 4 - July 31 in the United Kingdom. 

Over four weeks, choose from four different science courses. Students from all majors
are eligible to participate. Optional weekend excursions to London, Windsor Castle,
Canterbury and Hampton Court Palace conclude each week.

Apply Online by March 26!

Includes: 6 credits GMU tuition, single dorm housing at University of Cambridge,
Breakfast and Dinner each day, International Student Identity Card, emergency
evacuation insurance.

the Large Hadron Collider

Sample of course options:
Understanding infinity
The high energy frontier the Large Hadron Collider
The dynamics of spin

Autism: a modern epidemic?
Living with climate change

Materials science, energy generation and sustainability
From atoms to galaxies: the astronomer's view
Keeping up with the Universe

Palaeoclimate: climate changes through the ages
Introduction to social psychology
Material matters or materials matter: an overview of materials science
The life, death, immortality and criminality of cells
Extreme astrophysics
An introduction to cryptography
Infectious disease and the immune system

For additional information and to apply, visit the Cambridge Science Summer Program webpage:

Gregory Seiler 
Program Officer
Center for Global Education
George Mason University
Ph: (703)993-2641