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    Digital Animation and Compositing
    PA, Pittsburgh
    Phone: 412-365-1148
      Chatham University
      From flipbook to digital animation, students will learn to render movement using still images. The basics of cell animation, scanning, and Photoshop and iMovie programs will be taught across the two-weeks of study. Students will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of animation and digital compositing as well as enjoy the experience of creating their own animations. July 25-August 5, 2005 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Media Resource Room, Braun Hall Basement Ms. Liana Dragoman
      Deadline : Jun 03, 2005
    Digital Landscape Photography
    PA, Pittsburgh
    Phone: 412-365-1148
      Chatham University
      The landscape is fascinating from both natural and contrived points of view. This two-week workshop explores the art of taking landscape shots digitally with emphasis on composition, focal points, color, light, movement, time of day, framing, and weather conditions. You will explore a range of image capturing from macro flower shots to vast panoramic points of view. The course will approach the newest advances in digital photography and offer special problem solving procedures for weather conditions, difficult lighting, time of day, visual centers of interest and cropping, shooting for post production, simulating sunlight, painted landscapes, and a range of image enhancement utilities in Pho...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 03, 2005
    Oceanology at Occidental College
    CA, Los Angeles
    Phone: 323 259-2890
      Occidental College
      "I have been meaning to write you for some time and tell you what an absolutely fantastic time I had out at Oxy this summer. Not only did I learn a lot about oceanology, but I learned a lot about myself and what I was capable of. The college dilemma does not seem so awesome as it did before going to Occidental." This comment came from a student who attended our special course in oceanology a few years ago. This summer, the class will be offered for the 27th consecutive year to about 24 students who have completed their junior year of high school as well as a few who have already begun college. The course carries full college credit for 4 semester units and there are exams, practicums and pro...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 03, 2005
    Teen Summer Program
    OR, Portland
    Phone: 503/297-5544
      Oregon College of Art and Craft
      Our teen workshop program, for high school students age 14-18, is designed to give students an in-depth study in many areas of fine art and craft. These workshops strive to inspire the artist within each student and are open to students of all skill levels. Workshops are week-long courses of study from 9am-4pm, Monday through Friday.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Camp CAEN
    MI, Ann Arbor
    Phone: 734-936-8039
      University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
      Now in its 12th season, Camp CAEN has emerged as one of the nation’s premiere computer and technology camps. Camp CAEN is offered by the Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN) at the University of Michigan College of Engineering. Knowledgeable staff, including enthusiastic engineering student mentors, teach classes that range from Java/C++ Programming to Web Site Development and 3D Modeling and Rendering. From the engineering student labs to an immersive Virtual Reality CAVE, high-tech is here and you are invited to discover the endless possibilities awaiting you at the U-M College of Engineering.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Belin-Blank Center Summer Programs
    IA, Iowa City
    Phone: 1-800-336-6463
      University of Iowa Engineering School
      Summer programs at the University of Iowa for gifted and talented students in grades 4-11.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Guitar Summer Shot!
    CA, Hollywood
    Phone: 323-860-1114
      Musicians Institute
      Summer Shot! is a 6 day crash course in guitar playing, musicianship, style and performance, all within GIT's famous hands-on, all guitar environment.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Pre-College Summer Program
    WI, Menomonie
    Phone: 715-232-1381
      University of Wisconsin Stout
      Program for multicultural/disadvantaged students who will be in grades 7th through 10th.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Summer Programs
    NC, Winston-Salem
    Phone: 336-770-3290
      University of North Carolina School of the Arts
      5 week programs- Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts, Filmmaking
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Harding Summer Honor Choir
    AR, Searcy
    Phone: 501 279-4311
      Harding University
      July 24-29, 2005. This is an intense week of choral rehearsals, vocal class, sightreading, and other musical studies, culminating in a final choral concert. There is also time for entertainment, recreation, and devotionals. The Honor Choir is for high school students who are experienced and talented in choral music and who seek a college-level choral experience. One hour of college credit is granted.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Summer Quarter Concurrent Enrollment
    OH, Marion
    Phone: 740 389-4636
      Marion Technical College
      Seven week summer quarter with courses in Business, Health, Engineering and Public Service. Students in high school may receive concurrent grant or Skills for Succes grant to help cover tuition. College credits awarded.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Ross Mathematics Program
    OH, Columbus
    Phone: 614-292-5101
      Ohio State University
      The Ross Program is an eight-week residential experience for students talented in mathematics. Participants form a close-knit community, immersed in mathematical thinking and encouraged to discover for themselves that abstract ideas are valuable and important.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    SMART Residential Program
    CA, Riverside
    Phone: (951) 827-7128
      University of California - Riverside
      High school students interested in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics are encouraged to participate in the 2005 SMART Residential Program. Students will reside on campus at University of California, Riverside dormitories for one, five, or six weeks while participating in a program designed to promote academic and personal growth. During the first week, students can participate in the "Frontiers in Nanotechnology and Engineering for Students" program and will work on projects related to the new frontiers of nanomedicine and nanoelectronics. Students will have an opportunity to interact with UC Riverside faculty, PhDs, PostDocs, and other undergraduate and graduate students in scien...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Case Equinox Summer Program
    OH, Cleveland
    Phone: 216-368-6735
      Case Western Reserve University Engineering School
      Equinox, a joint program of Case Western Reserve University and Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development, offers an invigorating mix of challenging course work, social, and cultural activities for academically talented 10th-12th grade students. Students receive academic and personal support, receive a pre-college experience, and earn high school credit after successfully completing a course. Session begins June 26-July 15, 2005.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Women In Engineering
    MI, East Lansing
    Phone: 517-355-8310
      Michigan State University
      Women In Engineering (WIE) Summer Residential Program is desinged to encourage high school women to consider engineering as a career option. This program provides many young women the opportunity to explore a variety engineering fields, and to participate in practical, interactive, and theory based application experiences. This is an 8-day academic intensive program targeted for women entering in the 10th-12th grade by fall. The courses offered are Mathaphysics (math and physics), Unigraphics, C++ programming, short-course in the nation's first Wireless Integrated MicroSystems (WIMS), and women in engineering seminar.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
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