‘Summer Programs’ at LMU has begun! This is year two of this special program for high school students from the U.S. and around the world, to experience LMU as a college freshman. The two-week immersion program allows students to live on campus, attend morning lectures from 9-1130 and labs from 1-3 each day, as well as attend other workshops designed around the college experience such as career development and Ignatian Leadership. Students also get a bit of a break from the academic rigor by having some fun activities scheduled, such as outdoor movie night on Friday, June 30th and a group trip to Disneyland on Saturday, July 1st. This is sure to be an amazing experience for high school students, who will be entering either their sophomore, junior, or senior year this upcoming Fall. 11 of the students are enrolled in the science course taught by LMU-CURes professor, Dr. Peter Auger: “Environmental Science at LMU: The Living City”. See below for pics from the opening day dinner and Day 1 of class. This is sure to be an exciting academic and personal experience for students.