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Curriculum|Summer High School Institute

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Summer High School Institute
University of Wyoming
200 S. 10th Street
Red House, Room 103
Laramie, WY 82070
Phone: (307)766-3005
Email: hsi@uwyo.edu
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Student Class Schedule

Each student is enrolled in one humanities/ social science class, one science class, and a personal growth seminar. Classes challenge imaginations and encourage intellectual growth. No tests or grades are given.

2014 Course Options

Humanities Classes

Class Name

Professor(s)

Department

What's Wrong with this Picture? Robert Colter & Joseph Ulatowski Philosophy
Images of Africa
Gauta Wa Mbugwa
Synergy
Greco- Roman Myth
Barbara Logan Women's Studies, English, and Honors
What is Your Name? What is Your Quest?
Carolyn Anderson
Philosophy
Folktale's from Around the World Khama-Bassili Tolo Modern and Classical Languages
Self-Expression and Storytelling with Multimedia Kristen Landreville Communication & Journalism

Science Classes

Class Name

Professor(s)

Department

Robotic Engineering Jeff Anderson Electrical Engineering
Introduction to Computer Electronics Engineering Steven Barrett Electrical Engineering
HIV/AIDS: Disease and Dilemma Robert Kitchin Zoology & Physiology
Generating Art in a Virtual World
Ruben Gamboa & Amy Banic
Computer Sciences
Humans & Wilderness
Ann Wislowski
Nursing School
What's for Dinner- Is There Any?
Shane Broughton
Family and Consumer Sciences

 

 

Personal Growth Seminar

This seminar is designed to promote free expression in a comfortable and safe environment. In small group discussions, we'll explore issues that are important to today's young people, and we will also examine and explore the way we think of ourselves and the world we live in. The general goals of the seminar are to help students develop positive interpersonal skills; share experiences; gain a better understanding of self, others, and the nature of human interaction; and provide the opportunity to form lasting friendships.

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