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Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
Could a single genetic mutation be the key to eradicating heart disease, or instrumental in developing new ways to treat hypertension? This course explores the principles and methods geneticists use every day to explore these possibilities, covering concepts taught in an introductory college genetics course. You and your classmates will review basic concepts of heredity, then delve into more complex concepts such as polygenic inheritance and sex-linked traits.
Residential Competitive application process Academic Needs based scholarship Stem
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
What are the key indicators of an economy’s performance? How do governments craft policies that promote economic growth? What does it mean for a country to have a trade deficit? Analyzing economies at an aggregate level, macroeconomics explores questions such as these, providing a bird’s-eye view of economic activity. This course surveys fundamental concepts in macroeconomics, including money, banking, inflation, employment, national income, economic growth, financial markets, and the role of public policy.
Competitive application process Stem Academic Residential Needs based scholarship
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
Throughout history, scientists and lawmakers have turned to principles of philosophy to work through complex ethical issues surrounding the various uses of scientific technology, including abortion, vaccine research, experimental drug trials, stem cell transplants, genetic testing, and genetically engineered foods.
Non residential Academic Stem Competitive application process Needs based scholarship
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
The Human Genome Project has sequenced all of the approximately 20,000 genes in human DNA. How did scientists gather this information? Can it help cure congenital diseases or cancer? What ethical questions does it present? This course explores the intersection of biology, genetics, and technology and its impact on society. You’ll review fundamental principles of cell biology and genetics, including mitosis, meiosis, and Mendelian inheritance, and get to know the structure and function of DNA and RNA, sources and types of mutations.
Residential Competitive application process Academic Stem Needs based scholarship
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
Could a single genetic mutation be the key to eradicating heart disease, or instrumental in developing new ways to treat hypertension? This course explores the principles and methods geneticists use every day to explore these possibilities, covering concepts taught in an introductory college genetics course. You and your classmates will review basic concepts of heredity, then delve into more complex concepts such as polygenic inheritance and sex-linked traits.
Needs based scholarship Competitive application process Academic Stem Non residential
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
What are the key indicators of an economy’s performance? How do governments craft policies that promote economic growth? What does it mean for a country to have a trade deficit? Analyzing economies at an aggregate level, macroeconomics explores questions such as these, providing a bird’s-eye view of economic activity. This course surveys fundamental concepts in macroeconomics, including money, banking, inflation, employment, national income, economic growth, financial markets, and the role of public policy.
Academic Non residential Competitive application process Stem Needs based scholarship
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
The Human Genome Project has sequenced all of the approximately 20,000 genes in human DNA. How did scientists gather this information? Can it help cure congenital diseases or cancer? What ethical questions does it present? This course explores the intersection of biology, genetics, and technology and its impact on society. You’ll review fundamental principles of cell biology and genetics, including mitosis, meiosis, and Mendelian inheritance, and get to know the structure and function of DNA and RNA, sources and types of mutations.
Academic Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Stem Non residential
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
From artificial sweeteners in diet soft drinks to batteries in electric cars, chemistry is integral to our everyday lives. This course investigates chemistry as a means to solving real-world problems. You’ll learn about the periodic table, atomic structure, and chemical bonding. In the lab, you and your classmates will investigate solubility, test water samples to identify potential toxins, and participate in a simulation of a town hall meeting to debate how to preserve a community water source.
Stem Needs based scholarship Competitive application process Academic Residential
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
Humanity’s unending quest to find the most efficient and cost-effective means to make life better has created engineering marvels—from the world’s tallest tower, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, to the world’s fastest commercial train, the Shanghai Maglev. In this course, you and your classmates will work primarily in teams to solve real-world and simulated engineering problems.
Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Stem Residential Academic
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
From artificial sweeteners in diet soft drinks to batteries in electric cars, chemistry is integral to our everyday lives. This course investigates chemistry as a means to solving real-world problems. You’ll learn about the periodic table, atomic structure, and chemical bonding. In the lab, you and your classmates will investigate solubility, test water samples to identify potential toxins, and participate in a simulation of a town hall meeting to debate how to preserve a community water source.
Competitive application process Stem Academic Needs based scholarship Non residential
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
Humanity’s unending quest to find the most efficient and cost-effective means to make life better has created engineering marvels—from the world’s tallest tower, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, to the world’s fastest commercial train, the Shanghai Maglev. In this course, you and your classmates will work primarily in teams to solve real-world and simulated engineering problems.
Needs based scholarship Academic Non residential Competitive application process Stem
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
From Plato’s Republic to Yevgeny Zamyatin’s We, utopian and dystopian literature often examines the fine line between a perfect and an oppressive society. This course explores how utopian and dystopian works confront some of the most pressing sociopolitical concerns of the times. This course will develop your skills as a scholar and writer as you identify, discuss, and write about societies with vast economic, political, gender, religious, and technological ideologies.
Competitive application process Academic Residential Needs based scholarship
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes stated that the law is both a mirror and a motor for society. The most notorious trials frequently go well beyond a specific case to reflect deeper truths about America. Simultaneously, decisions can drive both legal and social thinking in new directions. This history course examines famous cases in their historical, political, and social contexts.
Academic Needs based scholarship Residential Competitive application process
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
From microscopic investigation to the basics of veterinary medicine, this course explores the principles of comparative animal anatomy, physiology, and genetics. You will learn key concepts of zoology such as characteristics of the animal cell, heredity, taxonomy, and evolution, including natural selection. Through laboratory dissections of animals ranging from perch to rats, you’ll explore the different systems of each species—digestive, nervous, immune, endocrine, reproductive, and circulatory.
Academic Stem Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Residential
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
From Plato’s Republic to Yevgeny Zamyatin’s We, utopian and dystopian literature often examines the fine line between a perfect and an oppressive society. This course explores how utopian and dystopian works confront some of the most pressing sociopolitical concerns of the times. This course will develop your skills as a scholar and writer as you identify, discuss, and write about societies with vast economic, political, gender, religious, and technological ideologies.
Competitive application process Academic Non residential Needs based scholarship

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