HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH

Student Tours

The Forum hosts student tours of the 200-acre Texas Biomed campus for select high school science programs each year. These tours of San Antonio’s biomedical research jewel expose these bright young students to the exciting possibilities of a career in science.

Science Education Awards – 2021-2022 College Scholarship Opportunity

For the past 27 years, the Texas Biomedical Forum and the V.H. McNutt Memorial Foundation  joined forces for the Science Education Awards.  The awards were given to the top teachers whose proposals demonstrate the strongest commitment to the scientific process and the further development of progressive science education programs.

Through a partnership with the Bexar County Scholarship Clearing House and the generosity of the V. H. McNutt Memorial Foundation, students now have the opportunity to apply for the Texas Biomedical Forum’s new Science Education Award Scholarships for the first time.  The scholarships will be one-time, merit-based awards each ranging from $500 to $20,000.  Awards for each year may total up to $20,000.  A successful applicant must be a senior graduating from a Bexar County or contiguous county High School, must have a GPA of 3.5 or better and must intend to pursue a college curriculum directed towards a degree in Science.  Applications can be submitted in conjunction with the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation (mspf@mspf.org) and will be due in November of 2021. For more information please contact Forum.Outreach@TxBioMed.org

For additional information contact: Forum.Outreach@TxBioMed.org