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The Expo starts Thursday (July 7) and concludes July 17 in Indianapolis.

"We hope the summit serves as a springboard for getting the participants excited about the possibility of college and a career in the STEM fields as well as prepare them to go back and make a difference in their communities," Brown said.

Ten Purdue students will serve as ambassadors to help mentor summit participants as well as share their Purdue experience and give participants tips on how to prepare for college and what to expect in college.

During the event, Purdue will present a breakout session, "The STEM Games," from 3- p.m.

Friday (July 15) on science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, topics and careers.

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Through events such as the celebration, the Expo generates resources to support its key initiatives, including education.

Since 1984 the Expo has awarded more than $2 million in scholarships to more than 2,000 Indiana students.

"I'm excited about continuing our relationship with Indiana Black Expo," Brown said.

"I think it's so vital that our youth are given the tools to prepare for college.

Our partnership with Indiana Black Expo gives us a chance to connect with them and plant a seed with them that Purdue could be for them and they could become a Boilermaker." Brown said the exhibition also will include activities such as the College of Science's "Smell Your Taste," which will explore the connection between smell and taste, and Krannert School of Management's "Business School 101," during which attendees will learn about fundamental aspects of business such as the importance of a strong handshake and proper etiquette at a business dinner.