Brown Space Explorers
Do you live for rocket launches? Do you want to build the future? Brown Space Engineering, a group of Brown University undergraduates who are building a small satellite, have released applications for its outreach program, the Brown Space Explorers. As a part of BSE, students will be performing a mock-balloon launch, learning how to work with an Arduino, and many more engaging activities. We will be hosting students at Brown's new engineering facilities for six Saturdays for about three hours over the course of March, April, and May. We are looking for high school students with a love for space travel, astronomy, programming, or technology. No previous experience required, admittance is purely based on interest. The program goes on Saturdays from noon to 3:50PM every weekend from March 10-May 5 with the weekends of March 24th and 31st and April 28th skipped due to University policy (6 Saturdays total). Will be held at Brown's Barus and Holley building, transportation not provided and no payment necessary. Email zuhal_saljooki@brown.edu with any and all questions. Application due February 28th.
Email address *
Name *
Gender *
Name of High School *
Year in High School *
Arduino Experience (this does not determine admissions)
Never exposed
Very Experienced
Soldering Experience (this does not determine admissions)
Never exposed
Very Experienced
Programming Experience (this does not determine admissions)
Never exposed
Very Experienced
Robotics Experience (this does not determine admissions)
Never exposed
Very Experienced
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***Tell us about why you love science, what makes you interested in Brown Space Explorers, your favorite memory where you problem-solved, anything that shows us that you're passion for what we're passionate about (keep responses at about 250 words) *
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