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Eligibility and Application


Concurrent Enrollment

Any high school student in the Weber, Fremont, Roy, and Bonneville school district is eligible to take the Concurrent Enrollment Physical Geology course at Weber Innovation High School. The student must be able to fit the course into their schedule and travel to-from Weber Innovation. You can look into taking all of your classes at Weber Innovation if that would be more convenient. For all of their listings and more information on how you can sign up for Concurrent Enrollment classes see these links.

We are looking to add another Concurrent Enrollment Physical Geology course with NUAMES at their Ogden campus (NUAMES North). That class will be 8:00-9:30 am, taught in the Tracy Hall Science Center by Dr. Balgord and Dr. Matyjasik.

We are hoping to add a few other concurrent enrollment classes at various high schools in the area. We will update this with details on those classes as they become available.

Weber Innovation Application           NUAMES Application


Summer Bridge

This program is designed for high school students between their junior and senior year, incoming college freshman or students just finishing their first year at Weber State University. Beyond that, there are no eligibility requirements; however, this is an NSF-sponsored program intended to provide opportunities in geosciences to students from underrepresented groups.

Preference will be given to students who are a member of a group that has been historically underrepresented in geosciences including women, first-generation college students, Black, African American, Native American, American Indian, Native Pacific Islanders, Native Alaskan, Hispanic, Latino/Latina/Latinx, and others.

If you have any questions please ask or just apply and explain your situation. We want to open this experience to as many students as possible.

Start Your CE Application                        2021 Summer Bridge Program Application


Summer Research Experience

In order to qualify for the summer research program, students must be in their first two years at Weber State University. This program is not for our upper-level earth and environmental science students, but if you are interested please talk to Liz or Carie about becoming a mentor in this program or other undergraduate research opportunities.

This program is open to anyone, and there are no eligibility requirements (other than the credit cap) to apply. However, this is a program intended to provide opportunities to underrepresented groups, and thus preference will be given to students who are a member of a group that has been historically underrepresented in the earth and environmental sciences including women; first-generation college students; Black, African American, Native American, American Indian, Native Pacific Islanders, Native Alaskan, Hispanic, and Latino/Latina/Latinx students; and others.

If you have any questions please ask or just apply and explain your situation. We want to open this experience to as many students as possible.

2021 Summer Research Experience

 

Community Engaged Environmental Geosciences

This class is available to any student at Weber State University.



 

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GETUP Program Director


Elizabeth Balgord
elizabethbalgord@weber.edu
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 (NSF EAR 1801760 )

Mailing address


Weber State University
College of Science
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2507
Ogden, UT 84408-2507

Building location


Tracy Hall Science Center (TY 338)

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