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Jul 26, 2020 - Aug 1, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 15 - 18
In his Gettysburg Address, Lincoln posed a question: “Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure.” What kind of test, what kind of experiment, does American democracy represent? In classical Greek and Roman experience, democracy appeared to be the most unstable of regimes, prone to faction, revolution, demagogues, and dictators. Founding theorists of modern democracies sought ways to secure the advantages of democratic life, while addressing both the weaknesses identified by the ancients and the peculiar vulnerabilities of modern politics.
Stem Needs based scholarship Arts Academic Residential College access
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Jul 12 - 18, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 15 - 18
In 480 BCE, at Thermopylae, three hundred Spartans, led by Leonidas, held off the massive Persian army for seven days, fighting to the death with “bare hands and teeth.” For the Ancient Greeks, the behavior of the Spartans was a paradigm of courage. But what is courage? In seminar, we explore this question through Herodotus’ account of Thermopylae; Plato’s dialogue Laches, where Socrates and his interlocutors ask about the nature of courage and how to teach it; and Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, in which he argues that all human virtues depend on courage. In language, we read poetry by Dickinson, Whitman, and Eliot that pertain to courage. In laboratory, we take a biological look at courage, both in human beings and in animals.
Stem Residential Academic Arts College access Needs based scholarship
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Jul 19 - 25, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 15 - 18
So great is the power of “art”, in all its dimensions, that Aeschylus portrays the Olympian gods as punishing Prometheus for stealing the source of art, the “sacred fire” of the gods, and giving it to humans. What are the true powers of art? Does art “imitate nature”, as Aristotle claimed, or, at its peak, does it express forms of life, creativity, and individual expression that transcend the world as understood by philosophy or the sciences? Does it possess unique forms of insight, or does it mask its inability to account for its own origins (as Plato suggests in the Ion)? We shall explore these questions directly in the seminar, and indirectly through careful reflection on works of poetry, painting, and photography—all against the aesthetically rich natural and cultural landscape of Santa Fe.
Residential Arts Needs based scholarship Academic Stem College access
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Jun 19, 2020 - Jul 3, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 16
The Honors College hosts the Summer Academic Institute which consists of several programs. Each academic program provides high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2019) an opportunity to embark on a life-changing journey where students from all across the nation can come together for the purpose of growing spiritually and academically. Honors Symposium is a two-week academic program on the Searcy campus designed to challenge, encourage, and uplift high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2019).
College credit Residential Academic Competitive application process
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Jun 26, 2020 - Jul 10, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 16
The Honors College hosts the Summer Academic Institute which consists of several programs. Each academic program provides high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2019) an opportunity to embark on a life-changing journey where students from all across the nation can come together for the purpose of growing spiritually and academically. Honors Symposium is a two-week academic program on the Searcy campus designed to challenge, encourage, and uplift high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2019).
College credit Residential Academic Competitive application process
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May 31, 2020 - Jun 5, 2020 | Ages: 14 - 17
The American Studies Institute is proudly preparing for the Harding University’s 62nd Annual of the National Leadership Forum in Searcy, Arkansas, June 3-8, 2018. The theme for 2018 is Real Heroes.
Leadership Residential
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Jul 3 - 17, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 16
The Honors College hosts the Summer Academic Institute which consists of several programs. Each academic program provides high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2019) an opportunity to embark on a life-changing journey where students from all across the nation can come together for the purpose of growing spiritually and academically. Honors Symposium is a two-week academic program on the Searcy campus designed to challenge, encourage, and uplift high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2019).
College credit Competitive application process Residential Academic
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Jun 8 - 12, 2020 | Ages: 17 - 18
The UAMS College of Pharmacy Summer Camp Program is designed for high school rising seniors and recently graduated high school students entering college interested in learning more about the challenging career pathway opportunities in the profession of pharmacy. This unique camp incorporates active participation in a broad scope of learning experiences including “hands-on” training in pharmacy practice skills, lectures by College of Pharmacy faculty and local Arkansas pharmacist practitioners, and field trips to actual pharmacy practice locations. The camp program reviews pharmacy education opportunities and the pharmacy curriculum at UAMS as well as recommended high school preparatory and collegiate pre-pharmacy course work.
Academic Needs based scholarship Competitive application process Career Stem Residential
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Jul 5 - 10, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 18
Directed by Dr. Cliff Ganus. Enjoy five days of advanced work in choral music and related fields, including music literature, sight-reading, and group voice instruction.
Residential Competitive application process College credit Arts
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Jul 10 - 24, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 16
The Honors College hosts the Summer Academic Institute which consists of several programs. Each academic program provides high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2019) an opportunity to embark on a life-changing journey where students from all across the nation can come together for the purpose of growing spiritually and academically. Honors Symposium is a two-week academic program on the Searcy campus designed to challenge, encourage, and uplift high school students who are now in their junior year (students graduating in the class of 2019).
Academic Residential College credit Competitive application process
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Jun 21 - 26, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Harding University College of Pharmacy will hold its tenth annual Pharmacy Summer Camp June 17-22, 2018, on the Harding University campus. The camp is sponsored by Walgreens.
Stem Residential Competitive application process
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Jul 13, 2020 - Aug 14, 2020 9:00am - 4:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
The second half of introductory Greek grammar and syntax.
College credit Residential Academic
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Jun 8, 2020 - Jul 10, 2020 9:00am - 4:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
The first half of introductory Latin grammar and syntax. This course is a comprehensive introduction to the language of ancient Rome, particularly that of the first centuries B.C. and A.D, at the end of the second part of which good students are ready to read unadapted Latin prose of Caesar, Cicero, Livy and other authors of the first rank.
College credit Residential Academic
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Jun 8, 2020 - Jul 10, 2020 9:00am - 4:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
The first half of introductory Greek grammar and syntax. This course is a comprehensive introduction to the language of ancient Greece, particularly that of the 5th and 4th century Athenians. This course is the very best way to obtain a reading knowledge of ancient Greek literature in the shortest time possible. No prior experience with Greek (or any other language save English) is needed.
College credit Residential Academic
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Jun 8, 2020 - Jul 10, 2020 9:00am - 4:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
An upper level Latin course for high school teachers, advanced undergraduates and graduate students. The course will read passages from the Res Gestae of Augustus, and from Tacitus, Livy and perhaps Pliny, the Younger.
College credit Residential Academic

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