Rice STEM Summer Seminar Series
This series is designed specifically for 6th–9th grade students, teachers, and parents and guardians. All three series will take place during July and cover topics such as overcoming resistance to online learning, current STEM research at Rice, and applying and paying for college.
A joint effort with Rice Athletics, STEM-Letics Academy is week-long academy offered multiple weeks during the summer for current 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. This academy is designed to keep students both mentally and physically active during the summer by incorporating STEM and physical activities.
Rice Emerson App Challenge (REACh) Academy
Rice Emerson App Challenge (REACh) Academy is an eight day virtual program for current 7th–9th grade students. Students work in teams to create a functional app on any topic related to STEM and/or COVID-19.
Rice Computer Engineering Design Academy
Rice Computer Engineering Design Academy is a week-long program for current 6th, 7th, and 8th graders to learn about Arduino, Computer-Aided Design (CAD) programming, and rapid prototyping.
Energy Explorations Academy
Energy Explorations Academy is a week-long program for current 8th and 9th graders. Students gain hands-on experience learning about different forms of energy and practicing working in laboratories.
Design Connect Create Physics Camp for Young Women (DCC)
In collaboration with Design Connect Create, DCC is a two-week day camp is offered at no cost to girls in 8th–11th grade from qualifying school districts (see page for details). Students complete activities together and get the chance to talk with guest speakers from a variety of fields.
PATHS-UP Young Scholars
Precise Advanced Technologies and Health Systems for Underserved Populations (PATHS-UP) Young Scholars is a six-week summer internship for current 10th and 11th grade students who are age 16 or older from Houston ISD schools to gain experience in engineering research labs at Rice University.
NanoAcademy is a free one-day workshop series for current 4th–12th grade students to participate in STEM lessons designed by experienced teachers inspired by the ongoing research at Rice University, Arizona State University (ASU), and The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP).
Rice Summer Sessions
Learn more about the other K–12 student programs offered at Rice University this summer to help you student stay ahead and earn college credit using the link below.