Introducing… The all new 2014 CityLab Survey! If you participated in the CityLab SummerLab and/or Scholars program in the past 5 years, please follow this link and fill out the survey. Don’t delay… your responses will help support CityLab future programs.
CityLab has changed location! We are now located at 72 E. Concord St. R-10.
We’re in the main building of the Medical Campus and we’re excited to move in!
CityLab will be offering a new after school class this spring!
Medical Mysteries: Techniques in Biomedical Science
Join us to explore medical research and techniques! Use cutting edge technology to research disease and the processes involved in the development of potential treatments. Learn what it takes to investigate medical mysteries in a state of the art laboratory.
Course will be offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Fridays.
For more information, please contact Julia at email@example.com.
One of our students wrote about her SummerLab experience. Check out her blog!
On Staturday, September 21st, we’re bringing the MobileLab to Franklin Park for the GBSCDA 3rd Annual Sickle Cellebration.
Join us for this great event and check out the activities we have onboard!
For more information, visit http://www.gbscda.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1080915.
Dear CityLab Community,
Since 1991, we have had the privilege of working with you and your students through a variety of laboratory-based programs in the biosciences. As you may know, CityLab has received support from the National Institutes of Health Science Education Partnership Award program. We recently learned that federal funding for science education has been reorganized and the NIH will no longer fund K-12 science education activities. Consequently, CityLab’a future is uncertain. Until we learn more, we have chosen to postpone scheduling for academic year 2013-2014 CityLab programs.
CityLab has enjoyed tremendous success thanks to the participation and input of professional educators such as you. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we respond to these developments. Look forward to communication from us in the near future regarding programming and scheduling opportunities at CityLab.
Don DeRosa, Carl Franzblau, Carla Romney – Directors
Julia Hammer Assistant Director
Mark Jurman, Meg Sutton – Educators
Save the date!
Scheduling for the 2013-2014 academic year will take place on Monday, May 20.
Call us at (617) 638-6495 or (617) 638-5688
Join us at CityLab for an open house to learn more about our summer program.
Sunday, December 9th from 12-2pm.
Take a tour of our facilities and get to know our staff.
Light refreshments will be served and parking is available.
RSVP by Dec 1st to firstname.lastname@example.org
The dates have been announced and we have opened applications for SummerLab 2013! For more information, check out www.bumc.bu.edu/citylab/summerlab.
CityLab has developed a curriculum on alcohol education- especially targeted toward high school students. This four-part curriculum is a laboratory based approach to understanding alcohol’s effects on the human body.
The entire curriculum, along with supplemental materials is now available for teachers, students and parents online at http://www.alcoholeducationforyouth.org/
If you are a teacher looking to schedule with CityLab, and you are interested in doing one of these labs, give us a call to find out how we can work with you!