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Summer Camps for Pre-College Students

Every summer WISE brings over 150 middle and high school students to campus to participate in our summer programs. Students primarily commute from within a 60 mile radious of Ann Arbor. Some come from outside of the area and stay with friends ro relatives in the area. Others stay in a hotel with parents for the week.

All of our programs include science- and engineering-focused hands-on learning, combined with exploring interesting places on campus.

Please find information for WISE 2017 camps below. 

Girls in Science and Engineering (GISE) Camp

Dates: June 18-22, 2018

Application Link Avaliable February 1, 2018

A summer day camp for students finishing grades 7 and 8. 

Girls Code Camp

Dates: July 9-13, 2018

You can register for one or for both sessions.

The Girls Code Camp introduces students to programming and programming concepts in a fun and supportive environment. This is a commuter program for students finishing grades 8-12. 

GIDAS Computational Biology Camp

Dates: TBA

This camp is for academically motivated current high school and 8th grade students (young women and men) interested in computer, math, science, and medicine. 

Run by GIDAS with campus support from UM WISE Program.

GIDAS Biotechnology Camp for High School Students

Dates: TBA

This camp focuses on nucleotide hybridization and combines UNIX usage, wet-lab experiments, and thermodynamics to teach current nucleotide biotechnology.

Run by GIDAS with campus support from UM WISE Program. 

GIDAS Camp for R Programming

Dates: TBA

This camp provides statistical methods in the context of disease research. It is for current high school and exceptional 8th grade students who want to learn computer programming in relation to future biomedical applications.

Run by GIDAS with campus support from UM WISE Program. 


Girls in Music and Technology (GiMaT) summer commuter program


Offered by UM School of Music Department of Performing Arts Technology (PAT), co-sponsored by WISE.
UM Faculty Director: Professor Michael Gurevich

Tuition for 2 weeks is $900
Need-based funding available through the GiMaT program
(additional scholarships are available through UM's Center for Educational Outreach:

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