ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS
- Advanced Placement Institutes
A popular series of training institutes
for new and experienced AP teachers.
- Honors Program
An opportunity for exceptional students to be involved in learning, critical awareness, independent thinking and research.
- Life of the Mind
An interdisciplinary general education program that erases boundaries and creates gateways between subjects.
- McNair Scholars Program
An undergraduate research program designed to prepare first generation/low income and/or underrepresented juniors and seniors for enrollment in doctoral degree programs.
- President's Leadership Program MCB
A program of training in leadership theory and practice enlisting local, state and national leaders in business, government, education and the arts.
Looking for academic growth? Here are additional programs that may interest you:
- Cumbres, UNC Hispanic
- A teacher education program that seeks to recruit and
assist students who are committed to working with Hispanic
in the public schools.
- Frontiers of Science
- Experience six weeks in intensive
study of the frontiers of biological, environmental, earth & space,
and physical sciences.
- Hewit Institute for History
and Social Science Education
- The primary focus is teacher
education, materials development, and research in the teaching
learning of history and the social sciences.
- MAST (Mathematics and Science
- This program provides leadership
and coordination for projects and programs to improve mathematics
within the University, the State and nationally.
- Study Abroad
- The Center
for International Education provided choices
for Study Abroad that vary in location, length, academic
focus, language, ability and costs. Each program balances
academic components with the opportunity to explore another
country's culture and values. Find our office ....Discover
the world! (970) 351-2396.
- Tointon Institute for Educational Change
- Participants in this program are superintendents, principals
and teachers from Colorado who are nominated and who
are given an opportunity network with colleagues from
the state through residential academies where they learn
from many of the state's premier practicing educators
and staff developers.