Diversity Programs in Engineering staff recently decided to cancel the CATALYST Academy for 2020. We will postpone the bioengineering research project to 2021. If you have questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CATALYST Academy is a one-week residential program for rising high school juniors and seniors from underrepresented backgrounds who desire to learn about engineering and careers within an interactive milieu. This summer come to Cornell University and find out for yourself at the CATALYST Academy! Find out more about the program!
- About CATALYST: eligibility, tuition, and scholarship information
- Schedule: sample Academy schedule
- Application Requirements: includes links to online application
- Application Preview
- FAQs: regarding application process and the Academy or travel
- Research project: learn more about the lead faculty and this summer’s project
- Express your creativity and explore your passions!
- Push the limits of your imagination!
- Reward yourself for being great in math and science!
- Lead a career in science, business, medicine, law, politics, natural resources, or countless other areas!
- Work with people from various backgrounds and cultures!
- Make the world a better place to live!
We thank the following partners for their generous support of the CATALYST Academy.
Cornell Alumni Donors:
- Han-Yang Lo ’98
- Elaine Tam ’98
- Harvey Willensky ’71 and Margie Willensky
- Robert L. Ryan ’68
- Black & Decker