The Integrated Freshman Learning Experience (IFLE) is a two-phase life-sciences-focused six-week summer research experience prior to your freshman year followed by a year-long research-based honors course integrating biology, biochemistry, and neuroscience.
- Phase 1: Summer Research Intensive. July 20 – July 29, 2016
- Six to eight hours weekdays are spent in a research lab.
- Receive research training from faculty mentor and lab members.
- Weekly lunch meetings with peers and program faculty
- Summer housing and meals provided at no cost to you!
- Phase 2: Academic Freshman Year Research-based Honors Course
- Eight-credit course includes lectures with corresponding lab components.
- Three modules proceed from genes to proteins to cellular systems.
- Inquiry-based format engages students through group experiments.
- Eligible students receive a $1000 scholarship during the academic freshman year if enrolled both H111 and H112.