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    Forensics Laboratory Week
    WI, Milwaukee
    Phone: 414-456-8191
      Medical College of Wisconsin
      Glued to the TV whenever a forensic program comes on? Join us for a laboratory series on the use of science to solve crimes. Participants will use a variety of forensic science tools to investigate a simulated crime scene. Enhance your laboratory skills through analysis of fingerprints, documents, DNA fingerprinting, blood types and spatters. This knowledge will further prepare you for high school laboratory courses, and help you understand some of the techniques used in forensic research today. Maximum 24 students. Please see our website for additional summer programs.
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      Deadline : Jul 22, 2005
    Summer in Boston @Suffolk University
    MA, Boston
    Phone: 617-573-8460
      Suffolk University
      This year, Summer at Suffolk is more than just a season. It's an opportunity to expand your interests by taking courses that have been carefully selected to give you an academic advantage—or a professional edge. Summer at Suffolk is designed for everyone, with graduate and undergraduate courses, special programs for high school students and a variety of certificate and non-degree programs. You can enroll as a Suffolk student, a visiting student, or an international student, and we'll give you the same warm welcome to our centrally located Beacon Hill campus, in the heart of historic Boston. Of course there's more than just history here. Boston has New England's most vibrant night l...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 19, 2005
    Lab Skills 101
    WI, Milwaukee
    Phone: 414-456-8191
      Medical College of Wisconsin
      Are you entering grades 10, 11, 12, (or a recent high school graduate) and interested in a career in science or medicine? In Lab Skills 101, you will acquire significant training in lab techniques while deducing the underlying cause of a patient’s illness. Learn the basics of solutions and reagents, measurement and assay, bacteriological media, sterile technique, and chromatography. This knowledge will help you succeed in high school and college laboratory courses, and will help prepare you for future work in a research lab. Enroll now. Maximum 24 students. Please see our website for additional summer programs.
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      Deadline : Jul 08, 2005
    WaterTEC
    IL, Champaign
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      WaterTEC is a one-week program full of educational and fun activities for students interested in learning about water information, experimentation, and recreation. Through fields trips and classroom sessions students will explore nearby reservoirs, filtration facilities, and swimming pools to learn how water is treated and delivered for public use. Students will also learn about the vital roles that science, technology, and engineering play in water quality, safety and conservation.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Summer Animation Institute
    MO, Kansas City
    Phone: 816.802.3445
      Kansas City Art Institute
      Find firsthand the daring and commitment it takes to be an animator. Concentrate on combining images in new ways. Work in an environment that has been designed to facilitate creativity and collaboration. Build upon traditional skills to engage in experimental techniques. You will see and think in new ways. Your fellow artists will encourage and challenge you. They are here for the same reason you are - to make art move. Animators are in great demand throughout the professional world of multimedia including feature films, television, game design and advertising. The summer program presents comprehensive studio coursework, lectures and demonstrations that build the foundation for you...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Exploring Your Options in Engineering
    IL, Champaign
    Phone: 217/ 333-2560
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      Exploring Your Options is a week-long residential program that introduces high school rising juniors and seniors to the field of engineering. EYO is held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Participants will interact with engineering students and faculty members, plan and build a project, and engage in hands-on activities prepared by departments within the College of Engineering.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Illinois Aerospace Institute
    IL, Champaign
    Phone: 217/ 244-8048
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      The thirteenth annual Illinois Aerospace Institute is a residential program for students entering grades 9 - 12. The institute provides an outstanding introduction to aerospace science and engineering. Institute activities include talking with a NASA astronaut, flying at the Institute of Aviation, co-flying radio-controlled model aircraft, and designing, building, and flying model gliders and rockets. Cost: approx. $700.00 (No credit)
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    G.A.M.E.S. Computer Science Camp
    IL, Champaign
    Phone: 217/ 244-3517
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      G.A.M.E.S. Computer Science Camp for FA2004, 8th and 9th graders Girls' Adventures in Mathematics, Engineering, and Science (G.A.M.E.S.) Camp G.A.M.E.S. is an annual residential camp conducted through the College of Engineering. It is designed to give academically talented young women an opportunity to explore math, engineering, and science through exciting demonstrations, classroom presentations, hands-on activities, and direct contact with female professionals from technical fields. The 2004 Computer Science G.A.M.E.S. camp will explore computer programming, electrical engineering, and computer science through hands-on robotics design and programming projects. Cost: $575.00 (No credi...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Research Apprentise Program
    IL, Champaign
    Phone: 217/ 333-3638
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      The Research Apprentice Program I (RAP I) provides two intensive three-week academic and career enrichment experiences on the UIUC campus for current high school freshmen and sophomores. Participants will learn about math, science, research, and business majors, as well as careers related to the agricultural, consumer, and environmental fields. They will observe and participate in various laboratory activities in the Colleges of ACES and Veterinary Medicine as well as in seminars and industry tours. Academic enrichment consists of instruction in microcomputer applications, writing and reading skills, and discussions of ethics. The program targets under-served ethnic/racial groups and student...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Research Apprentise II Program
    IL, Champaign
    Phone: 217/ 333-3638
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      The Research Apprentice Program II (RAP II) is an intensive seven-week laboratory experience on the UIUC campus for high school juniors. Participants will learn about professional and research opportunities in the food and agricultural sciences by working under the guidance of faculty, their graduate assistants, and research technicians in the Colleges of ACES and Veterinary Medicine. The program will feature hands-on laboratory projects conducted by students as well as oral presentations and project posters developed for display. The program consists of special seminars, instruction in microcomputer applications, and assessment of math and communication skills. Priority is given to RAP I pa...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Discover Architecture
    IL, Champaign
    Phone: 217/ 333-7720
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      Discover Architecture is a unique opportunity for high school juniors and seniors, and for beginning college students interested in pursuing a career in architecture. Students will learn about the roles and responsibilities of today's architects. Studio projects, daily seminars, demonstrations, slide presentations, films, and field trips give students “hands on” experience and knowledge of what will be expected of them in architecture school and the profession. Cost: $1,200.00 per session in addition to a non-refundable $25.00 application fee. Payment includes room and board, drawing supplies and equipment, and a studio fee. Additional cost for non-academic functions are not included. (N...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Illinois 4-H Leadership Convention
    IL, Champaign
    Phone: 217/ 333-0910
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      The Illinois 4-H Leadership Convention provides a fun-filled weekend for teens, ages 14-18, who have an interest in developing their leadership skills. Workshops focus on team-building, communication skills, leadership development, diversity, career preparation, and more. Some tours of University of Illinois facilities are included. Teens also have an opportunity to discuss issues and design action plans for their communities. Outstanding speakers, recreation, dance, talent show, and a special banquet are also included. The Illinois 4-H Leadership Convention will be held at the Chancellor Hotel & Convention Center in Champaign. The program starts with registration on Friday morning and ends ...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Illinois Summer Youth Music (ISYM)
    IL, Champaign
    Phone: 217/ 244-3404
      University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
      The Annual Illinois Summer Youth Music (ISYM) is a performance and educationally- centered music camp for young musicians from grades 7 through 12. Band, chorus, orchestra, and jazz ensembles are complemented by specialty camps in flute, piano, musical theatre, percussion, and trombone. Seven and eight-day sessions are available. (No credit) Cost: $575.00 resident (8-day); $310.00 commuter (8-day); $490.00 resident (7-day); $270.00 commuter (7-day). Contact: ISYM office, Ruth Stoltzfus, 217-244-3404, isym@music.uiuc.edu or http://www-conted.music.uiuc.edu
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Titan Soccer Camps
    PA, New Wilmington
    Phone: (724) 946-7316
      Westminster College
      The Titan Soccer Camp takes place each summer for boys and girls ages 5-18, and are led by Titan men's and women's soccer coach Girish Thakar. Camp dates for 2006 are: July 16-20
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Creative Design at CAD Camp
    ME, Orono
    Phone: 207.581.2136
      University of Maine
      A week of creative fun, teamwork, and recreation sponsored by the College of Engineering and featuring the MaineBound Adventure Center. July 10-15, 2005, resident or commuter campers grades 9-12. Learn about computer-aided design (CAD) by designing something uniquely "you." "CAD camp was a great place to meet people and learn. When I first came to camp, I wasn't very good with computers, but there was always someone in the computer room who could help me figure out the program. The staff was very knowledgeable and available for help. Each afternoon, we had a fun activity. We used the ropes course, rock wall, kayaks, and canoes. Also, we got to go swimming and use the low ropes course for ...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
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