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UMES School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences Gears up for Summer

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The UMES School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences (SANS) is gearing up to host as many youth as possible this summer with the expressed goal of exposing the next generation to the benefits of scientific discovery and the educational and career opportunities available in the fields of agriculture and natural sciences.

Summer programs include: the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program, the Student Enrichment & Experiential Learning (SEEL) Program, the Geospatial Bridge Program, the Coastal Marine Sciences (CMARS) Programthe AgDiscovery Summer Enrichment Program, the Junior Academy of Science & Technology (JAST) Program, the Bioenergy and Bioproducts Education (BBEP) Program, and the Project SEED (Socially Engaged Entrepreneur Development) Program.

For more information about summer programs in the School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences at UMES, visit: 

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