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    Lab Skills 100
    WI, Milwaukee
    Phone: 414-456-8191
      Medical College of Wisconsin
      Are you preparing for your first high school science laboratory? Have you felt uncomfortable and nervous in lab classes because you didn’t know simple techniques? Build basic laboratory skills in measurement, purifications, identification, and data analysis while using standard lab equipment like balances, centrifuges, pipettes, and microscopes. This knowledge will prepare you for high school laboratory courses, and introduce you to some of the basic techniques used in research today. Maximum 24 students. Please see our website for additional summer programs.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2005
    Discover the Possibilities - Engineering
    WI, Milwaukee
    Phone: (800) 332-6763
      Milwaukee School of Engineering
      In this week long summer camp for high school students, discover the exciting field of engineering! Experience hands-on activities and instruction from real-world engineering faculty at Milwaukee School of Engineering. Specifically, students cover architectural engineering & building construction, biomedical, computer, software, electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering. Recreational activites are in the evenings. 2005 date choices are July 10 - 15 or July 17 - 22.
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      Deadline : Jun 24, 2005
    Summer Academy for Advanced High School Students - Session I
    CA, Riverside
    Phone: (951) 827-3044
      University of California - Riverside
      High school students can earn lower division course credit toward an undergraduate college degree by attending a distinguished University of California campus. Classes can be taken during either or both Summer Sessions. High school students attend class on campus alongside other UC students and learn about instructor expectations, campus resources, and "what it takes" to succeed at the university level.
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      Deadline : Jun 20, 2005
    OSU K-12 Online
    OR, Corvallis
    Phone: 800-235-6559
      Oregon State University
      OSU K-12 Online is a program offering online courses for high school credit, in 9 week and 18 week formats. Subjects range from Algebra to Web Design, and are taught by instructors experienced in online instruction, as well as their particular subject area.
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      Deadline : Jun 20, 2005
    College Credit for High School Students
    OR, Corvallis
    Phone: 800-235-6559
      Oregon State University
      OSU College Credit Courses for High School Students is a selection of university-level courses for high achieving high school students who are seeking to get a jump on their collegiate career, complete their high school schedule with a college course, or simply to check out a course of interest.
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      Deadline : Jun 20, 2005
    Mini Medical School
    WI, Milwaukee
    Phone: 414-456-8191
      Medical College of Wisconsin
      The Clinical Science Years: Come experience some of the 3rd and 4th years of Medical School without all of the stress of studying and exams. On Tuesday evenings, hear MCW doctors and scientists speak on selected topics from required rotations in surgery, pediatrics, medicine, psychology, neurology and clinical procedures. Follow-up the lectures with a laboratory designed to complement knowledge gained during the lecture. Increase your basic knowledge and have fun in the process. Please see our website for additional summer programs.
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      Deadline : Jun 20, 2005
    Upward Bound
    WI, La Crosse
    Phone: 608.785.8539
      University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
      Upward Bound is a federal Department of Education TRIO program providing academic and motivational support for eligible high school students planning to succeed in college. Upward Bound at UW-La Crosse serves students from Jackson, Monroe and La Crosse counties in Wisconsin. Eligibility is determined by federal guidelines for parent education levels and family income. Students entering ninth grade but not yet in twelfth grade are eligible to apply. Upward Bound is a full year program offering tutoring, college visits and personal and academic growth programming during the academic year and a six-week "practice college" during the summer. To apply, visit www.uwlax.edu/upbound or call...[more]
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      Deadline : Jun 19, 2005
    Summer Honors College
    IN, Fort Wayne
    Phone: 260-744-8689
      Taylor University - Fort Wayne
      Summer Honors College is a great opportunity for juniors and seniors in high school to "try out" college life. Taylor Fort Wayne offers this unique, affordable, residential program for accomplished students as a way to earn college credit and experience a specific field of interest. Qualified juniors and seniors must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale. Students may choose to attend only one week or to attend multiple weeks.
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      Deadline : Jun 19, 2005
    Tufts Summer Study
    MA, Medford
    Phone: 617-627-3454
      Tufts University
      Summer is an ideal time to consider study at Tufts University. Challenge yourself this July and August by enrolling in a unique program at Tufts University for highly motivated rising high school juniors and seniors. Whether you want to improve your writing and critical thinking skills, explore the fields of medicine and health care, discover global dimensions to personal ethics and justice, or earn undergraduate credit in arts, sciences, and engineering, Tufts can help you make the most of your summers before college. Tufts Summer Study has a program (maybe even two) that will engage and excite you.
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      Deadline : Jun 15, 2005
    Hollins University: The Part of Your Summer
    VA, Roanoke
    Phone: 800-456-9595
      Hollins University
      1. Hollins Advantage, which gives you a jumpstart on earning college credit. During Hollins' new four-week summer session, you'll take two college classes, live on campus, and have plenty of opportunities for out-of-class fun. The program is open only to rising high school senior girls. 2. Hollinsummer, a two-week program that gives rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors a taste of college life. You'll sign up for two noncredit classes -- everything from creative writing to dance, from video production to psychology. You'll live on campus with girls from all over the country and enjoy a full roster of extracurricular activities. Hollins Advantage: June 26 - July 22, 2005 Hollinsummer: J...[more]
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      Deadline : Jun 15, 2005
    Titan Volleyball Camp
    PA, New Wilmington
    Phone: (724) 946-7320
      Westminster College
      The Titan Volleyball Camp takes place each summer for girls entering grades 7-12. Teams are welcome to attend and practice as a unit. The camp is led by Lady Titan volleyball coach Tammy Swearingen. Camp dates for 2005 are: June 26-30
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      Deadline : Jun 15, 2005
    Fordham University Pre-College
    NY, Bronx
    Phone: 718-817-4665
      Fordham University
      Fordham's Pre-College Summer Program is an excellent opportunity for serious students to get a head start on their post-high school academic careers by taking a college course for credit, with the additional option of attending special free workshops preparing for the college application and admission process. Qualified high school students may apply to enroll in selected Fordham second session summer courses at either the Rose Hill campus in the Bronx or Lincoln Center campus in mid-town Manhattan (July 5 - August 4). This is a commuter program open to mature students with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (B) or better, who will be entering their senior year of high school in Fall 20...[more]
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      Deadline : Jun 03, 2005
    CSI: Shadyside (Forensics)
    PA, Pittsburgh
    Phone: 412-365-1148
      Chatham University
      Forensics is the use of science to support the law. In this summer’s non-credit experience, students will have the opportunity to learn the techniques used by forensic scientists around the country. Some of the techniques they will learn include: DNA fingerprinting, processing evidence in a crime scene, arson investigation, and trace evidence gathering. Students will learn about the process of crime scene investigations in an open style lecture while the laboratory portion of the course will allow students hands on experience with modern forensic procedures. The course will culminate in a complete mock crime scene investigation where students get to use science to determine “who dunnit...[more]
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      Deadline : Jun 03, 2005
    Video Voyage
    PA, Pittsburgh
    Phone: 412-365-1148
      Chatham University
      Move over Spielberg! Do you want to make your own movie, but have no idea what to do with a video camera and computer editing software? Then this class is for you. Learn what it is like to produce your own video creation. Begin with a storyboard, film your project, then the real fun begins. Edit your masterpieces with state of the art transitions and techniques. Add music and sound effects to top your experience. Lucas lookout! 2, 1 week sessions 1) June 20-24, 2005 2) June 27-July 1, 2005 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Broadcast Studio Mellon Hall Basement Mr. Randy Rhodes
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      Deadline : Jun 03, 2005
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