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Jun 11, 2022 - Jul 1, 2022 | Ages: 14 - 17
Students will learn about different types of environmental injustice and how they intersect with other social problems, including segregation, housing, the devaluing of the lives of people of color, and the geographic distribution of environmental ills. Speakers from communities who have experienced environmental injustices in Chicago will be invited to share their perspectives with students in order to supplement readings from a diverse set of sources and outlooks.
Academic College credit College access Residential
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Jul 3 - 22, 2022 | Ages: 14 - 17
International relations offers conceptual tools for understanding the causes of and possible solutions to many of the challenges facing the world today, including global pandemics, wars, nuclear proliferation, economic crises, and climate change. Why is there no world government? What are the consequences of not having a world government? These are the fundamental questions of interest to scholars of international relations.
Residential College credit College access Academic
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Jun 11, 2022 - Jul 1, 2022 | Ages: 14 - 17
This course focuses on contemporary issues of governance, representation, and power through the lens of the American presidency. From this vantage, the course will trace major transformations in American politics, investigating shifting power relations between the presidency, Congress, and the courts, the evolving role of “the public” in the government’s decision-making processes, and the influence of parties, partisanship, and polarization in shaping the politics and social relations of the day.
College credit College access Residential Academic
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Jun 13, 2022 - Jul 1, 2022 9:00am - 12:30pm | Ages: 16 - 18
*Taught Online* This is a two-course sequence on the civilizations of Japan and China, with emphasis on major transformation of individual identity, community, and nation in these cultures and societies from the Middle Ages to the present. The China course of the sequence will review the broad characteristics of Chinese civilization from its beginnings, with special emphasis on the social, political, and cultural transformations from the nineteenth century to the present.
Academic College credit Non residential College access
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Jun 13, 2022 - Jul 22, 2022 9:00am - 3:30pm | Ages: 14 - 18
*Taught Online* INTENSIVE Intermediate Turkish enables students to develop strong intermediate speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and further solidify their foundation and proficiency in Turkish. Students study Turkish as it is used in authentic media, literature, and film, and gain familiarity with Turkish culture and civilization. The course will also address the needs of those preparing to study Ottoman. The first half of the course emphasizes completing skills acquired in Beginning Turkish and improving competency, while the second half further deepens students’ proficiency, using an introductory sample of authentic textual and audio-visual materials, and excerpts from Turkish literature and texts, ranging from late Ottoman and early Republican period to the present time. Students will have 25 contact hours per week in this course, including synchronous and asynchronous online class time with the instructor, and time spent similarly with the native language assistant. Several hours will be allocated each week to cultural activities such as viewing films, clips, and presentations, and virtual conversation tables. Intensive Intermediate Turkish is the equivalent of the 20100-20200-20300 sequence offered during the regular academic year at the University of Chicago.
Non residential College access College credit Academic
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Jun 13, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 9:00am - 1:45pm | Ages: 14 - 18
This 8-week course will provide beginners with a basic foundation in modern Korean. In particular, this course offers a balanced emphasis on oral communication and listening and reading comprehension.
College credit Academic College access Non residential
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Jun 13, 2022 - Aug 5, 2022 9:00am - 2:30pm | Ages: 14 - 18
*Taught Online* Summer Introductory Chinese is an 8-week course that introduces the fundamentals of Modern Chinese (Mandarin).
Non residential College access College credit Academic
Jun 6, 2022 - Aug 12, 2022 11:00am - 1:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
An intensive, accelerated course satisfying concurrently the requirements of the UC Entry Level Writing Requirement and the first half of Reading and Composition. Readings will include imaginative, expository and argumentative texts representative of the range of those encountered in the undergraduate curriculum and will feature authors from diverse social and cultural backgrounds and perspectives. Instruction in writing a range of discourse forms and in the revision of papers.
Non residential Academic College credit
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May 23, 2022 - Jul 1, 2022 12:00pm - 3:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
This course will be a survey of contemporary issues affecting the Asian American community. We will look at the different theories that explain the current status of Asian Americans and the interrelationship between the Asian American community, nation, and world. The course will focus on the issue of race relations, the commonalities and differences between Asian Americans and other race and ethnic groups.
Non residential College credit Academic
Jul 5, 2022 - Aug 12, 2022 11:00am - 1:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
In this online course, non-native speaking students will improve listening comprehension and oral skills by focusing on refining English pronunciation to minimize miscommunication. By analyzing audio/video clips, students identify features of spoken American English for better understanding. Students also learn and practice strategies to help correctly produce American English stress, rhythm, intonation, plus individual vowel and consonant sounds. Students submit audio/video recordings that are analyzed and evaluated by the instructor to help each student speak with greater clarity.
Academic College credit Non residential
Jun 6, 2022 - Aug 10, 2022 9:30am - 11:00am | Ages: 16 - 18
Elements of procedural and object-oriented programming. Induction, iteration, and recursion. Real functions and floating-point computations for engineering analysis. Introduction to data structures. Representative examples are drawn from mathematics, science, and engineering. The course uses the MATLAB programming language.
Stem Academic Non residential College credit
Jun 21, 2022 - Aug 12, 2022 11:00am - 1:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
The objective of this class is to enhance students' knowledge of media's industrial and cultural functions by introducing them to key perspectives and methods of study that stress a) how media systems have and continue to develop in the United States and across the globe as well as b) how we use and make meaning with media as part of our everyday lived experiences. To consider media's social, economic, political, and cultural impact, the course will investigate a number of ways of understanding its production, form, reception, and influence, being careful to recognize how these approaches relate to each other and to a wide array of diverse case studies in television, film, recorded music, print, video games, and online.
College credit Non residential Academic Arts
Jun 21, 2022 - Aug 12, 2022 11:00am - 1:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
A review of equilibrium for particles and rigid bodies. Application to truss structures. The concepts of deformation, strain, and stress. Equilibrium equations for a continuum. Elements of the theory of linear elasticity. The states of plane stress and plane strain. Solution of elementary elasticity problems (beam bending, torsion of circular bars). Euler buckling in elastic beams.
Stem Academic Non residential College credit
Jul 25, 2022 - Aug 12, 2022 11:00am - 1:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
This online course focuses on helping lawyers or law students improve their speaking and listening skills for the study or practice of U.S. law or for communication with U.S. lawyers. The course will focus on three different contexts for the listening and speaking challenges: academic speaking and listening in the law school classroom, informal speaking with other lawyers, and persuasive/formal speaking in the courtroom. The course will be useful to students currently working as legal professionals in their own countries and those who are planning to study or practice law in the United States.
Non residential Academic College credit
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May 24, 2022 - Jun 30, 2022 11:00am - 1:00pm | Ages: 16 - 18
The legacy of the medieval Scandinavian myths lives on not only through Hollywood adaptation and popular culture, but also unfortunately through appropriation by extreme political groups. From the Age of Romantic nationalism to the Capitol insurrection of 2020, the use of narrative and iconography stemming from the Scandinavian Middle-Ages has pervaded political and cultural conversations in both Europe and North America. In this course, we will familiarize ourselves not only with the original myths and legends of the Viking Age, but also explore how these narratives have been co-opted over centuries for a multitude of nefarious and well-meaning purposes. In adopting this critical lens, we shall hone our analytical writing and reading skills to interrogate all manner of historical, fictional, and political literature.
Academic College credit Non residential

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