A little bit goes a long way
HSTA kids at the Capital in Charleston, WV on January 2013.
Sr Summer Leadership; Dr. Chester, Dr. Barnes-Rowland, and Anita Mayer
Builder Bash is to show the HSTA students how to work together, to get something done.
WVU Mountaineer with all the Biomed II students.
Marshall University represents HSTA each summer for Fun With Science.
West Virginia State University held Fun with science in support of HSTA's Summer Program 2012.
Senior students having fun and getting wet at the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game while attending summer camp.
HSTA students at Summer Camp 2013
HSTA has a news letter beginning soon.
Dr. Catherine Morton-McSwain
Each of us cares deeply about our children and their future. The Health Sciences and Technology Academy (HSTA) vision was founded in 1994 on the faith, resilience, spirit and commitment of individuals, communities and universities throughout the state. HSTA is a 9th-12th grade math and science enrichment program built in West Virginia by West Virginians for West Virginians which encourages aspirations, opens doors, and empowers minority and underrepresented students and communities. This partnership brings students and teachers to campuses each summer for laboratory and classroom training and activities. The partnership then provides the infrastructure and support for community-based science projects mentored by scientists, teachers, health professions, students and volunteer community leaders during the school year. Through HSTA, our students and alumni are building a better tomorrow by improving our education, our lifestyles, our health literacy and our communities today.
Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center | Health Science & Technology Academy
P.O. Box 9026 | Room 3023 HSC | Morgantown, WV 26506-9026
Phone 1-800-345-4267 or 304-293-1651 | Fax number 304-293-0574
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