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Hellman Program

Summer Academic Workshop (SAW)
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Hellman Summer Science and Math Program
Program Requirements

The two and a half-week course focuses on two core subjects: chemistry and biology, using concepts popularized by the media, namely the environment and forensic science. Students are introduced to college-level work through 40 hours of rigorous classroom instruction, which includes approximately 20 hours of laboratory time. Selected college students who will benefit from a very rigorous college-level academic program are invited to participate (placement is determined by the College). Hellman is designed to ensure students' scholastic and personal success at Mills College.

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HSSM 001 Course Description

Contact Information

P: 510.430.2035
F: 510.430.3304
E: hssm@mills.edu

Last Updated: 3/1/16