Michigan State University
High School Honors Science, Math, and Engineering Program, Summer 2013
The HSHSP provides its participants with a unique opportunity to “live and breathe” research in a university environment. Its goals are not only to educate individuals about the research process but to provide the right kind of social context for such knowledge and expertise to flourish. Their goal is to provide opportunities to enrich one’s knowledge about intellectual work in science and mathematics and to make new and, hopefully, lasting friendships.
For More Information
This website contains all the information and forms you will need to learn more about and apply to the program. If you encounter any problems, contact:
Associate Professor of Biology and Science Education
Director, High School Honors Science/Mathematics/Engineering Program
Michigan State University
620 Farm Lane Room 319
Investigative Journalism Workshop, July 2013
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting, based at Boston University's College of Communication, is offering a unique Investigative Journalism Workshop in July 2013. This program, now in its fifth year, would be a perfect fit for your students who are interested in journalism or writing.
The two-week workshop will give participants hands-on training in investigative reporting and the chance to work on investigative stories that could be published. Students will spend two weeks on the BU campus participating in investigative reporting seminars led by university faculty and award-winning local and national journalists.
Applicants who enroll by January 15, 2013, will receive a $100 discount off the cost of tuition.
Director/Senior Investigative Reporter
New England Center for Investigative Reporting
Summer College for High School Students, July 1-August 9, 2013
Preparing for college is a process that can take years, and self discovery is a big part of it. Summer College helps students discover who they are and what direction they want their lives to take. Credit and noncredit programs such as architecture, engineering, acting, musical theatre, studio art and design offer high school students the opportunity of a lifetime. They explore college majors and academic fields, experience college life, and identify preferences through access to the resources of a major university.
Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in the fall of 2013 to enroll. Sophomores will be considered on a case-by-case basis for noncredit programs. Admission is determined through review of applications, essay, and transcripts. Application information and program costs are available at http://summercollege.syr.edu.
Reynolds Young Writers Workshop, June 23-30, 2013
Margot Singer, Director and Associate Professor, English Dept., Denison University, Granville, OH 43023
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