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Jun 30, 2022 - Jul 29, 2022 | Ages: 17 - 18
Do you like creating learning moments, seeing light bulbs appear as children grasp a concept for the first time? Have you imagined yourself as the teacher who develops engaging and fun lessons, provides support and encouragement to their students, and sets others up for success for a better future?
College credit Competitive application process
Jul 18, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 17
Saul Bellow said, "A writer is a reader moved to emulation.” This course draws inspiration from the published works, journals, and drafts of writers such as Alice Munro, John Updike, Rita Dove, and Li-Young Lee. You and your classmates will learn to read like writers by examining a range of content, styles, structures, and techniques. You’ll debate the distinction between the realistic and the fantastic in Gabriel García Márquez’s I Sell My Dreams and the value of imagery in Elizabeth Bishop’s The Fish.
Non residential Academic Competitive application process Needs based scholarship
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
Saul Bellow said, "A writer is a reader moved to emulation.” This course draws inspiration from the published works, journals, and drafts of writers such as Alice Munro, John Updike, Rita Dove, and Li-Young Lee. You and your classmates will learn to read like writers by examining a range of content, styles, structures, and techniques. You’ll debate the distinction between the realistic and the fantastic in Gabriel García Márquez’s I Sell My Dreams and the value of imagery in Elizabeth Bishop’s The Fish.
Residential Needs based scholarship Competitive application process Academic
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 16
Why do states fight, and what makes them cooperate? World affairs in the 21st century have raised new questions about international politics and revisited complicated old ones. Where the field once primarily sought to understand the causes of war, scholars now debate the impacts of globalization, the relevance of sovereignty and the state, and the power of global norms in promoting international development and human rights.
Residential Needs based scholarship Academic Competitive application process
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 16
Why do states fight, and what makes them cooperate? World affairs in the 21st century have raised new questions about international politics and revisited complicated old ones. Where the field once primarily sought to understand the causes of war, scholars now debate the impacts of globalization, the relevance of sovereignty and the state, and the power of global norms in promoting international development and human rights.
Academic Needs based scholarship Non residential Competitive application process
Jun 26, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
This history course considers the law and the judiciary who apply it while examining such questions as: Should the law serve the interests of the majority or protect vulnerable minorities? To what extent should the law be interpreted independently of contemporary social context? You will learn about legal theories that inform the answers to these questions, such as formalism, realism, strict constructionism, originalism, and critical studies.
Needs based scholarship Academic Residential Competitive application process
Jul 18, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
This history course considers the law and the judiciary who apply it while examining such questions as: Should the law serve the interests of the majority or protect vulnerable minorities? To what extent should the law be interpreted independently of contemporary social context? You will learn about legal theories that inform the answers to these questions, such as formalism, realism, strict constructionism, originalism, and critical studies.
Non residential Academic Competitive application process Needs based scholarship
Jul 17, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
Significant legal differences among countries still exist, despite the spread of global culture. For example, what is considered free speech in one country may land a person in another country in jail. You don’t even have to travel far to encounter different legal systems: thanks to the European Union, Americans must click “agree” to cookie policies before websites can gather data. This course examines issues like these while introducing you to comparative law, the study of legal systems’ similarities and differences.
Residential Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Academic
Jul 18, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
Lawyers, doctors, and mathematicians use logic while building arguments, diagnosing diseases, and proving theorems. This course explores the techniques of logic while developing your analytical reasoning skills and your ability to produce arguments and identify fallacious reasoning. After learning foundational concepts such as validity, soundness, and consistency, you’ll explore the process of evaluating language-based arguments. You and your classmates will identify common fallacies, discern patterns of proper reasoning, and use Venn diagrams to evaluate syllogisms.
Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Academic Non residential
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
Lawyers, doctors, and mathematicians use logic while building arguments, diagnosing diseases, and proving theorems. This course explores the techniques of logic while developing your analytical reasoning skills and your ability to produce arguments and identify fallacious reasoning. After learning foundational concepts such as validity, soundness, and consistency, you’ll explore the process of evaluating language-based arguments. You and your classmates will identify common fallacies, discern patterns of proper reasoning, and use Venn diagrams to evaluate syllogisms.
Academic Competitive application process Non residential Needs based scholarship
Jul 17, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
Lawyers, doctors, and mathematicians use logic while building arguments, diagnosing diseases, and proving theorems. This course explores the techniques of logic while developing your analytical reasoning skills and your ability to produce arguments and identify fallacious reasoning. After learning foundational concepts such as validity, soundness, and consistency, you’ll explore the process of evaluating language-based arguments. You and your classmates will identify common fallacies, discern patterns of proper reasoning, and use Venn diagrams to evaluate syllogisms.
Residential Needs based scholarship Academic Competitive application process
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
Lawyers, doctors, and mathematicians use logic while building arguments, diagnosing diseases, and proving theorems. This course explores the techniques of logic while developing your analytical reasoning skills and your ability to produce arguments and identify fallacious reasoning. After learning foundational concepts such as validity, soundness, and consistency, you’ll explore the process of evaluating language-based arguments. You and your classmates will identify common fallacies, discern patterns of proper reasoning, and use Venn diagrams to evaluate syllogisms.
Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Non residential Academic
Jul 17, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
Comic book heroes punching dictators in the face and aircrafts papering the ground with pamphlets—these types of propaganda are easy to recognize, but what about contemporary ones, like bot-generated tweets, mudslinging political ads, misleading advertisements, and fact-distorting TV news reports? Without an objective distance from current events—and with ever subtler techniques for influencing opinions—how can we tell what is “fake news”? This course examines nonfiction sources from political systems around the world to analyze the ways people have swayed others to their points of view.
Residential Competitive application process Academic Needs based scholarship
Jul 17, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 | Ages: 12 - 17
Comic book heroes punching dictators in the face and aircrafts papering the ground with pamphlets—these types of propaganda are easy to recognize, but what about contemporary ones, like bot-generated tweets, mudslinging political ads, misleading advertisements, and fact-distorting TV news reports? Without an objective distance from current events—and with ever subtler techniques for influencing opinions—how can we tell what is “fake news”? This course examines nonfiction sources from political systems around the world to analyze the ways people have swayed others to their points of view.
Residential Academic Competitive application process Needs based scholarship
Jun 27, 2022 - Jul 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 12 - 17
What is the nature of mind? What is consciousness? Is artificial intelligence possible? This course explores questions such as these as it analyzes both historical and contemporary philosophical attempts to explain the mind. You’ll investigate traditional attempts by philosophers such as René Descartes to characterize the mind as a non-physical entity existing independently of our bodies.
Competitive application process Needs based scholarship Academic Non residential

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