ISU is excited to announce a new interactive virtual opportunity for high school students to learn from Indiana State faculty about topics that interest them the most this summer.
Summer Scholars is a week-long, conference style experience for any rising sophomore, junior, or senior in high school. The program will include 11 sessions on a variety of topics across several disciplines. With the conference style setup, students will have access to any session of interest. Each will have one live session during the week, and will continue the experience with supplemental materials to gain more knowledge on the subject matter.
Summer Scholars will take place Monday, July 13th through Friday, July 17th. The program is free for all students, and will include the live sessions, access to supplemental material to continue your learning experience, and access to all recorded sessions after the conclusion of the week. The seminars offered are as follows:
• Understanding and Meeting Learners’ Needs
• The Electoral College
• Genetics, Genomics, and Molecular Biology
• Introduction to Social Work
• Survival in Extreme Environments
• Communicating for Professional Success
• Poetry Writing: Power, Process, & Play
• Knights in the Archives
• Mobile Phone Application Development
• Gender & Visual Culture Studies: Bodies, Beauty & Power
More information on each seminar can be found on our Summer Scholars page. To register for the Summer Scholars Program, click here.
We hope you consider joining us for this interactive virtual experience. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Tommy Lynch at Tommy.Lynch@indstate.edu or at 812-237-8230.