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What is genetic engineering, and how does it work? Is it safe to eat them? What ethical issues are raised by making GMOs? This one-week program for high school students will explore the manipulation of DNA and its relationship to genetically modified organisms.

Prior completion of high school biology or equivalent experience is strongly recommended. Students with some prior exposure to cellular biology are more likely to find the program rewarding. With little more than a computer, a microphone and a midi keyboard it is possible to explore all the wonderful ways of making music electronically. In this one week course we will focus on the principles of recording, editing and mixing digital audio as well as electronic synthesis and sequencing. In the process we will consider the basics of composition and arranging. There will also be a field trip to a professional recording studio in the area.

Come with open ears and a willingness to experiment and play! This one-week program includes an overview of the veterinary profession and the academic preparation and animal experience required for becoming a competitive applicant to veterinary school. Students will complete hands-on rotations in basic comparative anatomy and physiology, animal handling and restraint, and overviews of veterinary pharmacology, parasitology, biosecurity, diagnostic imaging, and obstetrics. The schedule for the program consists of short lectures and discussions on the UMass main campus in addition to hands-on modules at the University’s Hadley and South Deerfield Farms. During hands-on modules, students will interact with Polled Dorset sheep, Boer goats, and Belted Galloway cattle.

Due to the physical activities involved in this program and the interaction with large animals, students are required to sign a Liability Release Form prior to attending this program. Participants under the age of 18 years old will need a parent or a guardian signature on the Liability Release Form. The Liability Release Form must be notarized by a notary public and returned to UMass prior to arrival for the program. Consult your physician to determine whether or not you should participate in this program involving animals and work in barns with dust and pollen if you have allergies, a compromised immune system, or if you are pregnant. Work will often be outdoors or in barns. Therefore, appropriate attire is required, including coveralls and rubber, washable boots.