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Jul 12 - 19, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
The Open Table Youth Theology Institute is a weeklong immersion experience for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors at the University of Evansville. Students will stay in the residence halls on campus, live together in community, and immerse themselves in learning and theological exploration with university faculty, clergy, college mentors, and student peers.
College access Residential Specialty Leadership Academic
Jul 6 - 17, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area. IN FOCUS Seminars are designed to expose students to top Northwestern faculty highlighting themes relevant today. They do not have the time commitment or cost of a college credit course. These two-week noncredit seminars are structured like a college seminar course. Faculty will lead the seminar through discussion, readings and study, enabling a rich learning experience. Only College Prep students are able to enroll in the seminars, which will appear on your official Northwestern University transcript upon successful completion. If you wish to request credit at your high school for a seminar, discuss this with your counselor ahead of time since the acceptance of credit depends on your school's policy.
Residential Competitive application process Academic Career College access
Jul 5 - 11, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Pre – Med / AP Biology Summer Camp For many of today’s healthcare professionals and field scientists, everything started with a love and proclivity towards Biology. A bio major as an undergrad is a great way to get in the channel that leads to Med school and beyond… but it is also a great way for students who want to become forensic scientists, zoologists, biologists, oceanographers and much much more!
College access Stem Academic Residential Arts
Jul 5 - 11, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Studio Art Summer Camp Spend a week developing your inner Picasso at our new Studio Art summer camp program! Our Studio Art program features work in skill building, talent development and portfolio development. Whether you plan on majoring in Art at University, or simply love to express yourself creatively and artistically, this class is for you. This studio art summer program is perfect for young artists who want to take their work to the next level. This course centers on skill building and portfolio development.
Residential Academic Stem Arts College access
Jul 12 - 18, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
A Writer’s Workshop: This course offers an in-depth look into a diverse array of genres and writing forms. Students will be exposed to fiction (long-form, short stories, flash fiction), non-fiction (essays, memoir), poetry, and screenwriting. Each week is stylized based on the passions of the individual students, with a strong overall emphasis on the craft of writing and bringing pen to paper as much as possible. With a wide mix of exercises from an experienced and certified teacher, this course challenges students to think actively and create stories of their own.
Residential Arts College access Stem Academic
Jul 12 - 18, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Our computer summer game design camp combines ideation, digital design, script, and coding. Students will be learning ideation, digital design, and coding that will contribute to crafting their own experiences and their knowledge of computer programming that they can take beyond this camp.
Academic Residential Arts Stem College access
Jul 19 - 25, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Our vet camp rocks! This veterinary science summer camp class introduces students to the veterinary field, teaches them many skills in working with animals, and gives them a leg up on medical or life science courses they may take in the future. Students learn about the anatomy of large and small animals, animal handling, husbandry and basic medical care. They address real veterinary situations as well as gain an understanding of important topics in veterinary medicine ranging from ethics to management. We meet with professionals in the field, and we work with animals large and small. If you love animals, and think you might want a career in veterinary science, this course is for you!
Arts College access Residential Stem Academic
Jul 13 - 16, 2020 1:00pm - 4:30pm | Ages: 15 - 18
Experimentation. Exploration. Innovation. The building blocks of science – virtually. The Biosciences & Engineering Institute is moving online! The frontier of science and technology has rarely been as exciting as it is today. Students will have the opportunity to work with esteemed faculty in the Wake Forest science departments, research mentors, and industry professionals who have taken cutting-edge research and seen it materialize in the real-world. Investigate the pathway from basic science research to tissue engineering. Students explore how the Biosciences and Engineering fields have evolved through physical sciences to innovative research, industry products, and procedures. Close collaboration and deeper engagement in the world of Biosciences and Engineering will allow students to see their futures – right now. *The above content is representative of the Summer Immersion Program on-campus experience.
Career Stem College access Academic Non residential
Jul 20 - 23, 2020 1:00pm - 4:30pm | Ages: 15 - 18
Take a trip inside the mind. Discover why people think, act, and feel the way they do. The Psychology Institute is moving online! Psychology is the study of the mind and behavior. Explore the structure of the brain through hands-on dissection and learn about how illusions, emotions, and biases affect how we see and interact with the world. Visit organizations that use psychology to influence behavior and conduct an observational study. *The above content is representative of the Summer Immersion Program on-campus experience.
Non residential Stem Academic Career College access
Jul 6, 2020 - Aug 6, 2020 3:15pm - 5:15pm | Ages: 14 - 17
This course explores the impact of "connecteness'" of modern society. Social, technological and natural interactions can be represented using links in a network formed by people and other entities. This network impacts many phenomenon, including the manner in which opinions and epidemics spread through society. This course will explore topics such as spread of opinions, the small-world phenomenon, robustness and fragility of financial markets, and the structure of the Web. This course may be used to fulfill the math/computer science portion of the Gen Ed Math/Science requirement.
College access Non residential Academic College credit Test prep
Jul 6, 2020 - Aug 6, 2020 10:45am - 12:45pm | Ages: 14 - 17
The principal aim of this course is to provide an introduction to the field of political philosophy. The texts to be read are among the most important works in the field covering a period of twenty-four hundred years. In order to give a comprehensive overview of the history of political thought, we will be studying works written by Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Locke, the authors of the Federalist Essays, and Marx. Each of these thinkers presents a different perspective concerning the best manner in which politics ought to be practiced. It is hoped that a thorough reading and comprehension of these works will (1) familiarize the student with the general concerns of political thought, (2) demonstrate that political thought is an ongoing dialogue among thinkers from various times and historical circumstances, and (3) suggest that some of the concerns that confronted philosophers centuries ago are still relevant to the problems of today. This course has been renumbered, effective Fall 2014. A student who earned credit for GOVT 117 Elements of Political Theory in a prior term should not enroll and cannot earn credit in this class.
Non residential College access Test prep College credit Academic
Jul 6, 2020 - Aug 6, 2020 1:00pm - 3:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
This introductory course surveys the field and acquaints the student with the major areas of Psychology, including perception, memory, cognition, neuroscience, learning, motivation, emotion, personality, social behavior, development, and psychopathology. PSYC-001. GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY IS A PREREQUISITE FOR ALL OTHER PSYCHOLOGY COURSES.
College access Academic College credit Non residential Test prep
Jul 6, 2020 - Aug 6, 2020 10:45am - 12:45pm | Ages: 14 - 17
An intensive seminar, enrolling no more than 15 students, focused on developing students’ ability to use writing as a tool for inquiry, to develop their writing through an iterative process, and to practice writing in different rhetorical situations. Students should take this course as early as possible and no later than the end of the sophomore year. The Writing and Culture Seminar helps students develop their ability to: • read critically in ways that are attentive to language, context, and form • write in ways that are appropriate for different rhetorical situations, with awareness of genre, context, and technology • deploy language’s many resources, including its figurative power as well as conventions of grammar, punctuation, syntax, and semantics, to shape and communicate meaning with clarity and fluency • research, evaluate, and synthesize appropriate evidence in order to build and support effective analyses and arguments On the surface, social media promises connection: a tool that lets us communicate across physical, cultural, and generational divides. In practice however, it's much more complicated. This semester, you’ll hone your critical reading and writing skills by diving into those complications. We’ll unpack what happens when a new form of communication springs up within the space of a single generation - with a specific focus on the challenges and problems social media has brought. We’ll think about how we navigate these social spaces, and how our behavior and identity differs across different digital spaces, as well as how it compares to how we present ourselves in the physical world. Just as importantly, I'll be challenging us to think about why those differences matter, and what they mean for us as citizens (and, for some of us) future designers and gatekeepers of the ever-expanding digital world.
Academic College credit Test prep Non residential College access
Aug 3 - 7, 2020 9:00am - 4:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
The virtual Introduction to Data Science Academy offers an inside look at the professional world of data science through the eyes of experts in the field. Through a combination of coding exercises, online presentations from data science experts, and discussions, you’ll be introduced to contemporary data science resources and best practices. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the processes of data collection and analysis, practice with statistical analysis and coding languages, and learn about the main elements of programming in R. By the end of the program, you’ll understand key concepts like how to wrangle data, how to visualize data, how to present your conclusions, and how to arrive at those conclusions. Please note: A Mac- or Windows-based laptop is required to participate in this program. Chromebooks are not allowed.
College credit Academic Non residential Test prep College access
Jul 13 - 31, 2020 9:00am - 4:00pm | Ages: 14 - 17
Georgetown's Business Academy introduces you to the ins and outs of the business world. Combining investment challenges and online group presentations with dynamic virtual lectures and case studies, our program prepares you with the practical skills and critical thinking abilities that will benefit you in your academic and professional endeavors. You'll register for one of two distinctive tracks: Business & Leadership or Global Business. In each track, you’ll gain valuable exposure to important business topics and methods of analysis while virtually learning from Georgetown McDonough School of Business professors and leading experts in the field. Throughout the program, you'll also participate online in business simulations that take you through the process of becoming an entrepreneur and starting a company.
College access College credit Test prep Non residential Academic

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