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Jul 18 - 29, 2020 9:00am - 9:00pm | Ages: 17 - 18
Leadership Seminars explore topics affecting the global community. The courses are centered around vibrant discussion and a robust exchange of ideas. In this context, students are encouraged to examine their own conclusions and hone their own leadership capacities by improving their communications and analytical skills. Expenses for students accepted to Leadership Seminars—including transportation to and from Notre Dame—will be paid for by the University. Approximately 100 students are admitted to Leadership Seminars each year, and students are eligible to receive one college credit upon completion of the program.
Residential Academic
Jul 5 - 24, 2020 8:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
The three-week summer college program is for talented students who have completed their first-year, sophomore or junior year in high school. Students who have just completed their senior year are also eligible.
Residential Academic
Jul 18 - 29, 2020 9:00am - 9:00pm | Ages: 17 - 18
Leadership Seminars explore topics affecting the global community. The courses are centered around vibrant discussion and a robust exchange of ideas. In this context, students are encouraged to examine their own conclusions and hone their own leadership capacities by improving their communications and analytical skills. Expenses for students accepted to Leadership Seminars—including transportation to and from Notre Dame—will be paid for by the University. Approximately 100 students are admitted to Leadership Seminars each year, and students are eligible to receive one college credit upon completion of the program.
Academic Residential
Jul 18 - 29, 2020 9:00am - 9:00pm | Ages: 17 - 18
Leadership Seminars explore topics affecting the global community. The courses are centered around vibrant discussion and a robust exchange of ideas. In this context, students are encouraged to examine their own conclusions and hone their own leadership capacities by improving their communications and analytical skills. Expenses for students accepted to Leadership Seminars—including transportation to and from Notre Dame—will be paid for by the University. Approximately 100 students are admitted to Leadership Seminars each year, and students are eligible to receive one college credit upon completion of the program.
Residential Academic
Jul 18 - 29, 2020 9:00am - 9:00pm | Ages: 17 - 18
Leadership Seminars explore topics affecting the global community. The courses are centered around vibrant discussion and a robust exchange of ideas. In this context, students are encouraged to examine their own conclusions and hone their own leadership capacities by improving their communications and analytical skills. Expenses for students accepted to Leadership Seminars—including transportation to and from Notre Dame—will be paid for by the University. Approximately 100 students are admitted to Leadership Seminars each year, and students are eligible to receive one college credit upon completion of the program.
Residential Academic
Jul 18, 2020 - Aug 1, 2020 9:00am - 9:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
Are you interested in the architectural history of Rome, with all its fountains, ruins, winding streets, and delicious gelato? Or do you gravitate more toward the Emerald Isle, which boasts both the bustling city of Dublin and the castles and sweeping views of the west? Whatever your preference, our study abroad programs offer you a unique opportunity to travel the world, explore a new culture under the guidance of Notre Dame faculty, and make memories that last a lifetime.
Academic Residential
Jul 18 - 29, 2020 9:00am - 9:00pm | Ages: 17 - 18
Leadership Seminars explore topics affecting the global community. The courses are centered around vibrant discussion and a robust exchange of ideas. In this context, students are encouraged to examine their own conclusions and hone their own leadership capacities by improving their communications and analytical skills. Expenses for students accepted to Leadership Seminars—including transportation to and from Notre Dame—will be paid for by the University. Approximately 100 students are admitted to Leadership Seminars each year, and students are eligible to receive one college credit upon completion of the program.
Residential Academic
Jul 13 - 24, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
Design expresses ideas in spatial, material, and cultural terms, drawing inspiration from diverse sources—a functional need, the structure of a leaf, a philosophical text. From architecture and urban planning to user-centric technologies, design can also be structured with sustainability in mind, forming interconnected systems that benefit both communities and the planet. In this seminar, explore how we interact with space through hands-on exercises paired with critique sessions, small-scale construction projects, guest designers, and dynamic collaborations with other seminars. Dive deep into topics centered on utility and beauty with digital drafting and historic styles.
Academic Residential
Jul 13 - 24, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
Designed for photographers of all skill levels, this seminar teaches the basics of digital photography and composition before diving into more advanced shooting techniques and editing instruction. Whether your passion is portrait, landscape, adventure, or storytelling, build your confidence and nurture your creativity through one-on-one workshops with your instructor and group critiques. In the classroom, learn aesthetic principles and review the work of a variety of photographers, from Dorothea Lange to Krista Rossow.
Residential Academic
Jul 13 - 24, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
Develop and refine your artistic vision as you explore studio art through a variety of materials, media, and perspectives. This seminar, taught by a working artist, is for students who are well-practiced in the field, as well as those who are new to creating art. Work in drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed and new media as you expand existing techniques, establish new skills, and take your work in new directions. In both studio- and plein air-based lessons, create pieces based on subjects ranging from the human figure to still life, from landscape to portraiture, and from realism to abstraction.
Residential Academic
Jul 13 - 24, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
The ever-growing sports industry provides it all: entertainment for thousands, economic benefits, the thrill of competition, healing opportunities for citizens and communities in crisis, and marketing opportunities that stimulate economies near and far, to name just a few. In this seminar, explore the varied opportunities that sports management provides—including team and athlete management, sports marketing, or sponsorship management—while developing an understanding of the business that takes place on and off the field. It’s clear from the sports organizations that have been sold or dissolved that some management strategies are more effective than others. Use case studies and lectures to find out what makes a team or sports organization gain traction with a fanbase and how it maximizes revenue.
Residential Academic
Jul 13 - 24, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
While the scientific consensus around climate change is clear, polarized media outlets and misinformation have complicated the process of coming to a shared public understanding of the facts. How do mainstream and alternative news outlets narrate stories of climate change differently? Consider and explore the challenges in communicating complex scientific information to the general public as you deepen your own understanding of climate change. Delve into the efficacy of renewable energy production and carbon capture, then expand your discussions to emergent geoengineering methods such as solar radiation management, stratospheric aerosol injection, and ocean fertilization. Assess the tradeoffs and timelines associated with each technological innovation or scientific approach and address the risks and psychological ramifications of holding out for a technological “silver bullet.”
Residential Academic
Jul 13 - 24, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
From public health to climate change, communities, countries, and the global community face myriad challenges. In this dynamic seminar, examine how cutting-edge research and technology can play a vital role in ensuring a vibrant and sustainable planet for future generations. Each day, take part in hands-on experiments, discussion-based lessons, and collaborative activities designed to explore how science and technology are pushing the boundaries of our capabilities as a species.
Residential Academic
Jul 27, 2020 - Aug 7, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
The Spanish language is the key to exploring and understanding some of the world’s most interesting and vibrant cultures, and it also unlocks travel, relationship, and work opportunities in the U.S. and abroad. With nearly half a billion speakers, Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language in the world, and it is the official language in 21 countries. This lively Spanish immersion seminar advances your proficiency so that you are prepared to study abroad in college. Instructors and participants speak entirely in Spanish, and this immersive approach pushes you to build your communication skills so you feel confident in your ability to speak spontaneously about a wide range of topics. q
Residential Academic
Jul 27, 2020 - Aug 7, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
American politics has always been messy and complex, but our contemporary moment seems to be particularly so. What are the effects of polarization on our democratic process? How do Americans think about politics, and what role does identity play in political and electoral choices? How do our political institutions respond to the demands of increasingly diverse constituencies, with divergent views on issues like health care, climate change, and gun rights? In this seminar, dig into the big issues facing U.S. governance today and develop an understanding of the key players in U.S. elections—candidates, political parties, voters, and the media—as well as their incentives and influences in the process. Use Vermont as a case study for how electoral politics meets policy enactment, such as the state’s successful actions to address the opioid crisis.
Residential Academic

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