Gifted and Talented Education
A two-week commuter and residential program intended for academically talented students
Provides classroom instruction for qualified gifted students looking to complete accelerated math instruction in a shorter time beginning the week of June 20 and ending the week of August 29.
A one-week program students will cover the basic material that they need to understand computer science and to build a foundation in coding.
A one-week program students will learn the application of advanced crop system models to predict the impact of weather, soil and management on short-term and long-term yield, nutrient uptake, water use efficiency and environmental outcomes.
A one-week program students will use tools such as Cinema4D, Mograph, X-Particles and simple programming languages to generate animations and images ranging from realistic to completely abstract.
A one-week program students will examine setting as the character, working with describing places as they are, places imagined realistically, and places imagined without these realistic coundaries.
A one-week program students will work with Western Michigan University’s Cooley Law School.
A one-week program students will work with EES’ Hydrogeology and Biogeochemistry Laboratories.
A one-week program for students with a strong interest in science who want to learn more about becoming a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or other health care professional.