Are you interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields?
Are you curious about the real-life science behind TV shows like “CSI,” “Bones,” “Nova” and “Person of Interest?” And do you enjoy hands-on research?
If so, we invite you to learn more about the KEYSTONE (KEYs to Success Through year ONE) program at Elmhurst College. Specifically designed for first-year students, KEYSTONE features special opportunities that will support your academic growth and guide you toward a rewarding career in math or science.
Program components include:
- First-Year Seminar options focused on STEM topics
- January Term courses focused on research
- Seminars focused on careers in STEM fields
- Possible summer research experiences
- Tutoring opportunities and peer mentors
The KEYSTONE program is open to incoming first-year students at Elmhurst College who are considering a major in a STEM field.
For more information or to get involved, contact:
Merrilee Guenther, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Biology
Co-Director, KEYSTONE program
The KEYSTONE program was developed through National Science Foundation Grant DUE-1160956.