These are the camps and conferences that UNC offers this year that relate to academic topics in various disciplines.
Dates: June 6, 2018 through June 10, 2018
The Space Between is a society for the study of literature and culture of the period between the First and Second World Wars. It provides an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary forum for discussion and research of texts, authors and new approaches to traditionally canonical works. It also encourages fresh examinations of art, society and culture illuminating the interwar and wartime periods.
Dates: June 10, 2018 through June 16, 2018
To provide an outstanding, unique, and coveted educational opportunity for the young women of our nation that instills the basic ideals and principles of American government through the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State and American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation citizenship training programs.
Dates: June 14, 2018 through June 15, 2018
This conference will allow higher education flipped classroom practitioners to exchange information, highlight faculty engaged in assessment of flipped classrooms, and discuss the future of flipped learning in higher education including the professional development with those interested in flipped learning.
Dates: June 17, 2018 through July 28, 2018
Six-week residential immersion program for high school juniors and seniors who have a strong interest in STEM subjects. FSI's primary goal is to provide students with authentic, engaging experiences to stimulate their knowledge, skills, and interest in STEM subjects. Additionally, FSI students are challenged to build their self-confidence and ability and to initiate their future academic and professional planning. Students benefit from experiences where they step outside their comfort zones, realize important societal roles they can fill, and pursue their most ambitious goals.
Dates: June 23, 2018 through July 21, 2018
The ASL-English Interpretation program at UNC is founded on the principles of bilingual/bicultural interpreter education. Essential components of the program include native/near-native competencies in both American Sign Language (receptive and expressive) and English (written and spoken). UNC's ASL-English Interpretation program will prepare you to interpret in community or educational settings that require you to be able to quickly and accurately integrate visual and auditory information providing linguistic and cultural equivalency appropriate to both languages (ASL and English).
Dates: July 8, 2018 through July 21, 2018
2018 marks the 41st year of the Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) serving children and youth who are gifted, talented, and/or creative in a supportive academic and social setting. Designed for students entering 5th grade through 10th grade, this residential program offers high interest, hands-on, brains-on courses developed by specialists in gifted education and/or in specialized content areas. On the day they arrive, students select courses for their two week session. Courses meet daily during four 75 minute periods. After classes are done for the day participants choose a variety of "options" varying from active sports and recreation, craft activities and time to visit with new and old friends. Students come to SEP from around 25 states, provinces and foreign countries. Dorm counselors who are college age and older supervise students during all hours that the students are not in class.