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Identify a star through a telescope, care for zoo animals, visit a laboratory and more.

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PATHOLOGY

This session provides participants with an understanding of pathology and how it fits into the overall health care profession.

Fuels and Fuel Delivery Systems

Explorers will be introduced to the basics of gasoline engine combustion and the way in which fuel is delivered to the engine.

INTRODUCTION TO HEALTHCARE

This session gives participants an overview of how health care facilities are managed so that they are safe and provide quality care and the proper types of services for their specific community.

Orthopedics Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine

This session provides participants with an understanding of orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation/ sports medicine and how they fit into the overall health care profession.

MEDICINE/PHYSICIAN

This session provides participants with an understanding of medicine and how it fits into the overall health care profession.

SURGERY/PERI-OPERATIVE

This session provides participants with an overview of surgery and how it fits into the overall health care profession. The session also provides an opportunity to review various surgical specialties.

RADIOLOGY

This session provides participants with an understanding of radiology and how it fits into the overall health care profession.

PHARMACY

This session provides participants with an understanding of pharmacy and how it fits into the overall health care profession.

COMPUTER SCIENCE

In this session, Explorers will begin with an overview of the computer science discipline, and they will then conduct a short, fun investigation that is related computer science.

Chemical Engineering

Have you ever wondered what was in your laundry detergent or how the fabric of your athletic shirt was made? Or who designs batteries to be used in space? Those are just a few examples of items that were probably impacted by chemical engineers. Chemical engineers solve problems to create products that people depend on every day and to improve the products and processes of tomorrow. And they do it by applying knowledge of disciplines from physics, chemistry, and mathematics to microbiology, biochemistry, and economics.

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