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Get InfoApply Now26 courses, world-class academics, community, college + career readiness2 week and 3 week options$2,699 - $2,999For students in grades 9, 10, 11, 12

Courses by Session

Option 1: Session #1: June 29 - July 10UCLA, CU Boulder, Ideagen by Microsoft
Option 2: Session #2: July 13 - July 24UCLA, CU Boulder, Ideagen by Microsoft
Option 3: Session #3: July 27 - August 7UCLA
Option 4: UT Austin: June 29 - July 163 Weeks, No SD Community
  • Session #1: June 29 - July 10
    • Acting & Theater 1
      • College to Career Acting & Auditioning (UCLA)

        This course develops the skills needed to make it as a professional in the entertainment business. Master the audition process, perfect your monologue, polish your resume, and learn about professional theater, TV, and film productions. Actors will use the Zoom platform to create and record scenes for virtual casting sessions that mirror the current style of the Industry. Guest speakers may include Casting Directors, Television Producers, Movie Directors, and Talent Agents.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Who Should Take This Course?Students who are serious about considering a career in acting. DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 3
      • Business of Entertainment, Media, & Sports (UCLA Anderson)

        The Business of Entertainment, Media & Sports is a course of study focusing on the entertainment, media, and sports industries. This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the principles of marketing and business development as seen through the lens of the entertainment, media and sports industries. You will the learn the marketing framework of companies that drive these highly competitive, fast-paced, billion-dollar industries forward in their quests to entertain, inform, and inspire the world.

        You will gain a core understanding of marketing strategy, branding, insights and analytics, ethics, and leadership. Additionally, students will explore the factors driving change in these industries. Through case studies and lectures, students will learn about decision-making and strategic planning, consumer behavior, integrated marketing, earned media, sponsorship, sales and business development.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST) - Sherí Barros
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST) - Felisa Israel

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (EST) - Pavan Gandhok

        Session #3: July 27 - August 7
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST) - Sherí Barros
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST) - Felisa Israel

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructors

        Sherí Barros 

        Sherí Barros is an award-winning, accomplished brand marketing executive with a body of work spanning over 18 years across some of the world’s most recognized and respected sports entertainment brands.  Her career includes management of the marketing department for Spurs Sports & Entertainment; Vice President of Marketing for privately-held media, sports and entertainment conglomerate, Cooper Holdings, where she led corporate clients’ sponsorship portfolios across the U.S. within the NBA, MLS, International Soccer, Action Sports, WWE, and worked alongside leading entertainment agencies CAA and United Entertainment Group.

        Ms. Barros’ expertise has been solicited as a Chief Brand Strategist & Consultant.  Additionally, as the Global Strategic Director of Sports Alliances for the American Cancer Society, Sherí works alongside the NFL to lead one of the most impactful cause marketing partnerships in pro sports: the National Football League’s Crucial Catch initiative to fight cancer. 

        In 2019, Sherí was named as an inaugural jury member of the ‘Entertainment for Sport’ Cannes Lions award, one of the most prestigious global marketing awards in the world.  She has served as an Adjunct Professor of Integrated Marketing at New York University, and now an instructor with UCLA’s Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment & Sports (MEMES).  Ms. Barros received her bachelor’s degree from Florida State University, and master’s degree from the University of North Texas.


        Pavan Gandhook

        Dr Tejpavan Gandhok (Pavan) has an eclectic and international background as an entrepreneur and  “pracademic”.  Pavan is a popular speaker and thought leader, making regular appearances in popular business media and in various CXO/ Investor forums and corporate leadership retreats. He is a Visiting faculty at Singapore Management University , U of Melbourne , Indian School of Business and the Anderson School at UCLA. His research interests are mainly in Adaptive Strategy under highly dynamic and uncertain conditions.

        Pavan is a serial entrepreneur with a strong track-record of high investor returns and successful exits.  He actively collaborates with several leading investor funds and start-ups as venture advisor/ angel investor. His track-record covers a range of situations including start ups, high growth as well as turn-arounds; with both Consumer & Retail themes as well as knowledge/ technology intensive businesses. Prior to his entrepreneurial stints, Pavan has more than 15 years of international Senior Partner level corporate advisory experience in Country & Regional Head roles across Australia, USA, South East Asia and India with Strategy consulting and Private Equity firms such as Halcyon Partners, AT Kearney, Stern Stewart & co. and the Boston Consulting Group. In earlier career roles he worked in corporate strategy; technology management and incubation, and as an engineer and research scientist.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 Weeks  |  July 27 - August 7: SD Session #3: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Game Changers in Modern Business (UCLA)

        This course seeks to explore how entrepreneurs like Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Mark Zuckerberg used their ideas and innovations like Amazon, WeWork, Netflix, Uber, and Airbnb, to change the world. These entrepreneurs have altered the way people think, behave, and act about a certain idea, item, product, or service. This class will examine case studies on some of the most influential entrepreneurs’ strategies, values, risks, and ultimately their results. This course provides the framework to understand the nature of disruption that is happening to industry after industry. Students will then have to demonstrate how they would apply these values as they seek to write their business plan. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Sports Business (UCLA Anderson)

        This course will provide insight into the ever-changing business of sports and an appreciation for the unique challenges involved in managing sports business enterprises. Students will explore business frameworks including finance, marketing, strategy, and economics. Through an introduction to concepts, analyses, and principles, this academy will challenge students with a wide array of sports business-oriented curriculum. Students will learn to understand the business and management of sports and will be provided with behind the scenes virtual visits to L.A.’s famous arenas and stadiums.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)

        Session #3: July 27 - August 7
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructor: Mark Francis 

        Mark Francis holds an MBA and MA in Sports Administration and a Diploma in University Teaching from the University of New Brunswick (Canada).  He currently serves as Principal and Founder of MARK ONE Sports & Entertainment in Los Angeles whose key clients have included Concordia University Irvine, UC Irvine, Cal Lutheran University. Edwards Technologies International, Panasonic, California Center and BaAM Productions. He also serves as a Lecturer in Sports Business at UCLA Anderson’s Center for Media, Entertainment and Sports, and is a course developer and lecturer for the MBA program in Hockey Business for Athabasca University in Edmonton, Canada.  Mark also had the privilege of acting as the Lead Instructor for UCLA Extension’s Custom Programs in Sports & Entertainment Marketing in Shanghai, China in 2016, and served in a similar capacity for Jiaotong University of Shanghai in 2018.

        Mark boasts a wealth of experience at all levels of Sports & Entertainment with significant interest and expertise in fan/guest engagement technologies, large-scale event management and marketing. He speaks regularly on numerous topics related to the Business of Sports, having appeared most recently at the 2019 UCLA Anderson Up Next Conference, 2017 UCLA Anderson Big Data Conference, 2018 Prime Time Sports Management Conference (Toronto), 2015 Gravity Summit & UCLA Sports Technology Panel, 2014 SATE Conference in Themed Entertainment, 2014 LA Dodgers/LA Chamber of Commerce panel on Sports Technology, 2014 Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Panel on the “Art of Negotiation in Sports,” 2014 United Talent Agency Panel on Sports Technology, Chapman University Law School, Occidental College, UCLA Extension, University of New Brunswick and UCLA’s Annual Pulse Conference on Sports & Entertainment. Through his current and prior professional associations with numerous esteemed Sports & Entertainment organizations, Mark has developed an extensive professional network of leaders throughout all levels of these industries, many of whom appear annually during his Sports Business program at UCLA Anderson. He also serves on the international board of advisors for the European-based IBJA Sports Alliance Group.

        Mark served Head Coach the Men’s Ice Hockey program at UCLA since 2010 and won the 2017 PAC 8 Conference Championship along with the LA Kings College Cup and Crosstown Cup Championships respectively and he has recently rejoined the Bruins as a Senior Advisor. He was also selected as one of two finalists for the PAC 8 Coach of the Year Award for 2012 and was selected as Head Coach of the PAC-8 Selects at the ACHA National Championships in Philadelphia in 2011 and 2013 respectively. He also served a two-year term serving as the Associate Executive Director of the PAC 8 Men’s Hockey Conference. Mark holds 2 CIS (Canada) National Silver Medals and 2 Atlantic University Sport Championships from his time with the University of New Brunswick Men’s Ice Hockey program.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 27 - August 7: SD Session #3: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Digital Marketing 2
      • Advertising in the Digital Age (UCLA)

        Have you ever wondered how commercials are made, why you see your favorite brands in movies, or why you buy certain products? Or why certain products appear in ads when you are surfing the web? This course explores what makes advertisements work and why. Students will learn the keys to effective advertising and explore the various strategies used by companies to communicate with the consumer. Learn how digital mediums make advertising and marketing much more targeted and effective. Students will examine topics including, promotion, public relations, marketing communications, big data, and communications theory. In addition, students will get hands-on experience with creating advertising and media plans. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Social Media Management (UCLA)

        Social media statistics from 2019 show that there are an estimated 3.2 billion social media users worldwide. The internet has revolutionized the way business is conducted. People are now able to directly interact with their favorite brands. Digital marketing and social media are the tools used by the largest of the Fortune 500s to the smallest of the startups to gain instant brand recognition and fuel their growth. This course explores the business side of social media, examining how individuals and organizations leverage social media to develop their brand and grow and interact with their consumers. Learn the strengths and weaknesses of the different social media platforms like Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Weibo, WeChat, TikTok, and Twitch. Topics will include brand loyalty, key performance indicators, search engine optimization, conversion from visitor to customer, social media influencers, and customer service. Students will also examine how individuals and organizations build successful brands across multiple platforms and make a post go viral.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Economics 1
      • Issues in Modern Economics (UCLA)

        This course serves as an introduction to economics through the application and analysis of economic principles and contemporary economic issues. This course will examine the basic tools of economic theory - markets, consumer behavior, and the behavior of firms - as they relate to modern-day issues like globalization, automation, supply chains, and recession recovery. Students will explore how business managers, policymakers, and economic researchers use those economic tools to navigate modern-day challenges. Students will also examine the intended and unintended consequences that decision-makers’ plans and actions have upon the overall economy. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Engineering 2
      • All Things Aerospace (CU Boulder)

        Welcome to Aerospace Engineering! Our overall goal of this course is to introduce students to Aerospace Engineering concepts, design challenges, and experiences with aircraft, spacecraft, and related engineering sciences. This course will include learning experiences with paper airplanes, gliders, heat shields and space habitats. Your student will speak to people in the aerospace industry and learn about what job opportunities are in the field. Learn about Mars Rovers from someone who has first hand experience designing a piece of the newest Mars Rover. We will be doing a mix of activities, from mini lectures, guest speakers, and discussions. Students will be challenged to start projects during the online portion of the course with direction from the instructor and finish them each afternoon. Even though this course will be virtual, we will focus on having hands-on experiences as much as possible, with students actively building their knowledge and understanding of Aerospace Engineering and its applications. 

        • Students will learn the principles of flight and design and test their own gliders. 
        • Students will learn the basic principles behind rockets and then design and test their own water rockets.
        • Students will learn about the critical moments when a spacecraft is returning to Earth and how the heat shield protects the spacecraft. Students will design and test their own heat shield, taking data on heat transmission through different materials. 
        • Students will hear from experts in the field of Aerospace in a variety of areas: NASA, Academia,and Industry.
        • Students will learn about space missions and their failures and how to avoid them.
        • Students will learn about the challenges of Mars rover communication and do some interactive demos on the challenges that can come up.
        • With their new knowledge of flight, students will compete in a paper airplane competition with discussion on what makes the best plane and the engineering that goes into planes.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructors:

        Prithvi Kanugovi
        Prithvi is a 2nd year Masters Student in the Aerospace Engineering Department with a focus in Fluid Mechanics. He completed his Bachelors in Aeronautical Engineering in India in 2018. He also worked for a year in the most prestigious research institute in India, The Indian Institute of Science. Prithvi’s academic interests include fluid flow analysis and he gained experience as an experimentalist during his time at the Indian Institute of Science. He hopes to attain a position in the industry as a fluid flow analyst. Some of his hobbies include playing basketball, hiking, and traveling.

        Siddhi Bhilare
        Siddhi is a masters student in the CU Boulder Aerospace Engineering department. His focus area is bioastronautics, which deals with spacesuits and space habitats for astronauts in microgravity, the moon, and Mars. He has been involved in several projects such as building a lunar habitat mockup for two astronauts on the lunar surface with Lockheed Martin, building an exoskeleton for a jet-suit pilot, and building a prize winning combat robot. I love spacesuits and I try to think of ways in which they can be made better and comfortable for the astronauts.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Engineering in the Maker Age (CU Boulder)

        This Academy will bring hands-on engineering, science, and technology to you. Building skills and completing challenges, you will learn the fundamentals of programming, 3D Design, circuitry, material properties, and the engineering design process. You will learn to create designs in TinkerCad while considering the capabilities of the 3D printer used to bring them into the physical world, and get a look at professional and college-level 3D Design tools like Fusion 360 and A-Frame. Working with a breakout board called micro:bit, you’ll program using drag-and-drop programming that runs using Java. Enjoy the autonomy to freely design, build, test, and interact with your bridges, hydraulics, circuits, and all your creations. In addition to gaining the skills to make a culminating project, you will peek under the hood and see the process of engineering and how to make things for yourself.

        • Students will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of Engineering and Engineering Design through a series of mini lectures, hands-on projects, and competitions.
        • Students will get a MicroBit and learn how to use it in a variety of applications (make your own smart greenhouse, take data from the natural world, send messages to your friends, make your own step counter, take remote selfies, temperature sensor…)
        • Students will learn the basics of circuits and how to incorporate LEDs into projects. 
        • Students will learn the basics of 3D design using TinkerCAD and Fusion360.

        Instructor
        Scott Sieke
        As a lifelong science and movie geek, I have enjoyed learning about science, biology, and physics, as well as how science informs our culture and vice versa. I graduated from CSU with a degree in biology, and have been teaching ever since! In my time apart from Science Discovery, I am an avid cyclist and amateur astronomer.  I'm engaged in the University of Colorado Boulder’s Science Discovery program which introduces high schoolers to the STEM research experience.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699 ($75 Supplemental Equipment Fee)

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Leadership 2
      • Ideagen Global Leadership Academy - presented Globally by Microsoft

        This program brings together future leaders from across the globe to engage in hands-on projects that will tackle the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Goals Development. Established in 2015 with input from many nations, these goals have the power to create a better world by 2030, by ending poverty, fighting inequality and addressing the urgency of climate change.  

        Students in this program are problem-solvers, go-getters, team players, and critical thinkers ready to “roll up their sleeves” and dig into solutions! Students will be assigned teams and a facilitator where they will work on original research to design solutions to their chosen problem. Teamwork will be paired with class time sessions where students will have guest instructors and panelists from a variety of sectors providing lessons on leadership, innovation, goal setting, problem-solving, and more. Each team will present their final solutions via Microsoft Teams to the class – helping students connect with modern business technology and learn virtual public speaking!

        Like a little friendly competition? Great! One team from each session will be selected for recognition at the Ideagen Global Awards Gala on October 8, 2020. 
         

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Leadership During a Crisis: Preparation, Management, and Recovery (UCLA)

        This course takes elements from UCLA’s nationally renowned campus-sponsored leadership development program, the Bruin Leaders Project, to explore what makes leaders effective and impactful and then will apply those theories and concepts to how leaders prepare, behave and communicate during a crisis. When natural disasters, technology breaches, public health emergencies, and terrorist attacks occur, leaders need to have the communication, organizational, problem-solving and teamwork skills to navigate these extraordinary challenges. Pulling from the Social Change Model of Leadership, which is designed to promote the increase of self-knowledge, and understanding of one’s interests, talents, and values, this class will help students view leadership as a process rather than a position. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Psychology 1
      • Decoding the Criminal Mind: An Introduction to Criminal Psychology (UCLA)

        This course is an introduction to psychology with an emphasis on criminal behavior. Students will examine the different theories of criminal behavior: psychodynamic, biological, genetic, social learning, behavioral, and cognition, developmental and cultural issues in criminal behavior; sociological theories; violence and aggression; sex offenses; and the role of substance abuse. This course will also explore how law enforcement uses profiling techniques to help identify and capture individuals who have broken the law.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • STEM 2
      • Science Simulations and 3D Video Games (CU Boulder)

        How far and how fast will a contagious disease spread? What happens when an ecosystem population gets out of control? What factors most affect how devastating a wildfire will be? These and other questions can only be answered by modeling – computer simulation of real-life problems.

        It turns out that the same computational thinking and programming skills used to create video games can be used to make simulations to address big problems. In this course, we will start with simple models and learn how to enhance and improve them to try to answer questions like those posed above. We will also see how these same techniques parallel the design and implementation of video games, and we will see the main difference: video games are solved problems; whereas, models of real-life problems pose continuing challenges. We will use a science modeling and game design system – AgentCubes Online – to quickly develop problem descriptions into fun and challenging models. Each student will have an individual account for creating projects and have full access to the software tools during the course. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructor:
        Fred Gluck
        Fred Gluck’s academic background is in engineering, mathematics, and computer science. He served in the nuclear Navy for five years and then in the computer industry for about 40 years. Fred is now in his twenty-fourth year of teaching for Science Discovery at CU Boulder. Science Discovery is a STEM-based program that introduces high school students to STEM courses. Fred has also been volunteering in Boulder Valley schools for more than 25 years. Fred’s current focus is motivating students to consider pursuing computer science and computer-related fields both academically and as a career.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Biotechnology and Medical Research (CU Boulder)

        Love science and helping others, but not sure patient care is right for you? This two-week biotechnology course will allow students to gain perspective on non-clinical careers in biomedical sciences that advance medicine and healthcare. Five graduate students with backgrounds in molecular biology, computer science, mathematics, and biochemistry will lecture on a range of scientific topics relevant to fundamental concepts of biomedical sciences.

        Over two weeks, this class will take a closer look at how infectious disease can be studied from several different perspectives. During the first week, we will dive into the world of infectious diseases, detail key wet-lab procedures, and introduce bioinformatics tools. In the second week, we will gain a perspective on the societal impact of disease with discussions in computer modeling and how new treatments are developed into real products that benefit patients. We will hear from CU faculty and guest speakers from industry who will provide insight to a wide range of careers in medical sciences and how you can get there. Students will be invited to work on small assignments after lectures to strengthen their understanding of the presented material.

        Students will learn about PCR, DNA extraction and Gel Electrophoresis through a series of virtual lab simulations. They'll become familiar with the CRISPR system of gene manipulation and get an introduction to Python programming as they use large data sets to distill out patterns in biomedical data. Learn how drugs go from the research to market phase while engaging with biotech industry professionals!

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructors:

        Kristen Schneider is a PhD candidate in Dr. Ryan Layer’s lab in the Department of Computer Science at CU. She studies population genetics and computational genomics to develop novel algorithms that can leverage population-scale datasets to better understand how genetic variation affects human health. Kristen graduated with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Computer Science from the University of Iowa in 2018. During Summer 2019, Kristen was a lecturer for CU Science Discovery courses "The Science of Toys" and "If You Build It": two physics-based courses for students entering grades 2-4. Outside of her research, Kristen is active on many intramural sports teams, enjoys going for leisurely runs around Boulder’s scenic foothills, and is always available to dog-sit your furry friend.

        Alison Leonard is a PhD student in Dr. Timothy Whitehead’s lab in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at CU Boulder. She studies computational protein design and antibody engineering. Originally from the Seattle area, Alison graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry with College Honors from the University of Washington in 2015. Prior to starting graduate school, Alison was an Associate Scientist in Process Development at the startup Just Biotherapeutics where she contributed to the design and implementation of Just’s biologics development platform to expand global access to protein therapeutics. Outside the lab, Alison is an avid skier and enjoys hiking and team sports.

        Sharon Wu is a PhD student in Dr. Sara Sawyer's lab in the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at CU Boulder. She studies the mechanisms of viral spillover and host-pathogen co-evolution. A San Francisco Bay Area native, she graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science and Molecular Biology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2017. She then spent two years working as a research technician and computational analyst in the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Cancer Research. In her free time, Sharon enjoys baking, reading science fiction and fantasy, and a plethora of individual cardiovascular activities.

        Conor Kelly is a professional research assistant in Dr. Edward Chuong’s lab in the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB) at CU Boulder. He leverages comparative genomics to investigate the contribution of transposable elements (commonly referred as mobile or parasitic DNA) in the evolution of the mammalian innate immune response. Conor graduated with a B.A. in MCDB from CU Boulder in 2018. Outside of the lab, Conor enjoys hiking, cooking, gaming, and spending time with his cats.

        Ethan Hobbs is a computer science PhD student in Dr. Franck Vernerey’s Soft Matter Mechanics lab in Mechanical Engineering at CU Boulder. He studies how to model complex biological systems with an emphasis in ecological networks. A native of Illinois, he graduated from Carthage College in 2018 with a B.A. in Mathematics and Physics. Outside of research, Ethan enjoys playing music, live theater, and baking.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
  • Session #2: July 13 - July 24
    • Acting & Theater 1
      • College to Career Acting & Auditioning (UCLA)

        This course develops the skills needed to make it as a professional in the entertainment business. Master the audition process, perfect your monologue, polish your resume, and learn about professional theater, TV, and film productions. Actors will use the Zoom platform to create and record scenes for virtual casting sessions that mirror the current style of the Industry. Guest speakers may include Casting Directors, Television Producers, Movie Directors, and Talent Agents.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Who Should Take This Course?Students who are serious about considering a career in acting. DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 4
      • Business of Entertainment, Media, & Sports (UCLA Anderson)

        The Business of Entertainment, Media & Sports is a course of study focusing on the entertainment, media, and sports industries. This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the principles of marketing and business development as seen through the lens of the entertainment, media and sports industries. You will the learn the marketing framework of companies that drive these highly competitive, fast-paced, billion-dollar industries forward in their quests to entertain, inform, and inspire the world.

        You will gain a core understanding of marketing strategy, branding, insights and analytics, ethics, and leadership. Additionally, students will explore the factors driving change in these industries. Through case studies and lectures, students will learn about decision-making and strategic planning, consumer behavior, integrated marketing, earned media, sponsorship, sales and business development.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST) - Sherí Barros
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST) - Felisa Israel

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (EST) - Pavan Gandhok

        Session #3: July 27 - August 7
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST) - Sherí Barros
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST) - Felisa Israel

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructors

        Sherí Barros 

        Sherí Barros is an award-winning, accomplished brand marketing executive with a body of work spanning over 18 years across some of the world’s most recognized and respected sports entertainment brands.  Her career includes management of the marketing department for Spurs Sports & Entertainment; Vice President of Marketing for privately-held media, sports and entertainment conglomerate, Cooper Holdings, where she led corporate clients’ sponsorship portfolios across the U.S. within the NBA, MLS, International Soccer, Action Sports, WWE, and worked alongside leading entertainment agencies CAA and United Entertainment Group.

        Ms. Barros’ expertise has been solicited as a Chief Brand Strategist & Consultant.  Additionally, as the Global Strategic Director of Sports Alliances for the American Cancer Society, Sherí works alongside the NFL to lead one of the most impactful cause marketing partnerships in pro sports: the National Football League’s Crucial Catch initiative to fight cancer. 

        In 2019, Sherí was named as an inaugural jury member of the ‘Entertainment for Sport’ Cannes Lions award, one of the most prestigious global marketing awards in the world.  She has served as an Adjunct Professor of Integrated Marketing at New York University, and now an instructor with UCLA’s Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment & Sports (MEMES).  Ms. Barros received her bachelor’s degree from Florida State University, and master’s degree from the University of North Texas.


        Pavan Gandhook

        Dr Tejpavan Gandhok (Pavan) has an eclectic and international background as an entrepreneur and  “pracademic”.  Pavan is a popular speaker and thought leader, making regular appearances in popular business media and in various CXO/ Investor forums and corporate leadership retreats. He is a Visiting faculty at Singapore Management University , U of Melbourne , Indian School of Business and the Anderson School at UCLA. His research interests are mainly in Adaptive Strategy under highly dynamic and uncertain conditions.

        Pavan is a serial entrepreneur with a strong track-record of high investor returns and successful exits.  He actively collaborates with several leading investor funds and start-ups as venture advisor/ angel investor. His track-record covers a range of situations including start ups, high growth as well as turn-arounds; with both Consumer & Retail themes as well as knowledge/ technology intensive businesses. Prior to his entrepreneurial stints, Pavan has more than 15 years of international Senior Partner level corporate advisory experience in Country & Regional Head roles across Australia, USA, South East Asia and India with Strategy consulting and Private Equity firms such as Halcyon Partners, AT Kearney, Stern Stewart & co. and the Boston Consulting Group. In earlier career roles he worked in corporate strategy; technology management and incubation, and as an engineer and research scientist.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 Weeks  |  July 27 - August 7: SD Session #3: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Game Changers in Modern Business (UCLA)

        This course seeks to explore how entrepreneurs like Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Mark Zuckerberg used their ideas and innovations like Amazon, WeWork, Netflix, Uber, and Airbnb, to change the world. These entrepreneurs have altered the way people think, behave, and act about a certain idea, item, product, or service. This class will examine case studies on some of the most influential entrepreneurs’ strategies, values, risks, and ultimately their results. This course provides the framework to understand the nature of disruption that is happening to industry after industry. Students will then have to demonstrate how they would apply these values as they seek to write their business plan. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Innovation in the Music Business (UCLA Anderson)

        This program will give students a foundational overview of how the music business has been transformed by decades of technological and business innovation. Innovation led to music sampling and musical effects in hip-hop. The rise of music videos created a global, multicultural market for recorded music. Digitization created a renaissance for the industry and would later disrupt it entirely – first with Napster and then with iTunes.

        Today, streaming services like Spotify, Internet-connected devices, digital and mobile ticketing, and stadium technologies are radically changing the ways audiences consume and pay for music and music-based experiences. This ongoing evolution continues to shape the business – impacting labels, artists, live event promoters and others pursuing careers in music. And future successful careers will depend on understanding business models, management principles, and, techniques for working and leading in an innovative music industry. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructor:
        Nahshon Craig

        Nahshon L. Craig, Esq. is an entrepreneurial music and media industry executive with 15+ years of combined business and legal experience. He is adept at leading business, commercial, and legal initiatives at creative and digital enterprises from start-up through financings, as well as management of negotiations and drafting process to close strategic partnership deals.

        He is comfortable working in diverse and demanding environments with high-level executives and talent. His strong interpersonal and professional problem-solving skills have led to successes in internal and external negotiations across divisions and platforms. Including recording, publishing, distribution, rights management, streaming, and social media.

        In 2003, Nahshon started as a legal intern for Russell Simmons' Rush Communications. He stayed with the company for over a decade holding multiple positions including: Sr. Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs at Rush Communications and Chief Operating Officer for Rush Digital Media, All Def Digital (in partnership with Youtube and Awesomeness TV—Dreamworks SKG) and All Def Music (in partnership with Universal Music Group).

        In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Craig has served as an adjunct instructor at both the UCLA Anderson School of Management/Center for Media Entertainment and Sports (MEMES) and NYU/Tisch/The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music.

        DatesJuly 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Sports Business (UCLA Anderson)

        This course will provide insight into the ever-changing business of sports and an appreciation for the unique challenges involved in managing sports business enterprises. Students will explore business frameworks including finance, marketing, strategy, and economics. Through an introduction to concepts, analyses, and principles, this academy will challenge students with a wide array of sports business-oriented curriculum. Students will learn to understand the business and management of sports and will be provided with behind the scenes virtual visits to L.A.’s famous arenas and stadiums.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)

        Session #3: July 27 - August 7
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructor: Mark Francis 

        Mark Francis holds an MBA and MA in Sports Administration and a Diploma in University Teaching from the University of New Brunswick (Canada).  He currently serves as Principal and Founder of MARK ONE Sports & Entertainment in Los Angeles whose key clients have included Concordia University Irvine, UC Irvine, Cal Lutheran University. Edwards Technologies International, Panasonic, California Center and BaAM Productions. He also serves as a Lecturer in Sports Business at UCLA Anderson’s Center for Media, Entertainment and Sports, and is a course developer and lecturer for the MBA program in Hockey Business for Athabasca University in Edmonton, Canada.  Mark also had the privilege of acting as the Lead Instructor for UCLA Extension’s Custom Programs in Sports & Entertainment Marketing in Shanghai, China in 2016, and served in a similar capacity for Jiaotong University of Shanghai in 2018.

        Mark boasts a wealth of experience at all levels of Sports & Entertainment with significant interest and expertise in fan/guest engagement technologies, large-scale event management and marketing. He speaks regularly on numerous topics related to the Business of Sports, having appeared most recently at the 2019 UCLA Anderson Up Next Conference, 2017 UCLA Anderson Big Data Conference, 2018 Prime Time Sports Management Conference (Toronto), 2015 Gravity Summit & UCLA Sports Technology Panel, 2014 SATE Conference in Themed Entertainment, 2014 LA Dodgers/LA Chamber of Commerce panel on Sports Technology, 2014 Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Panel on the “Art of Negotiation in Sports,” 2014 United Talent Agency Panel on Sports Technology, Chapman University Law School, Occidental College, UCLA Extension, University of New Brunswick and UCLA’s Annual Pulse Conference on Sports & Entertainment. Through his current and prior professional associations with numerous esteemed Sports & Entertainment organizations, Mark has developed an extensive professional network of leaders throughout all levels of these industries, many of whom appear annually during his Sports Business program at UCLA Anderson. He also serves on the international board of advisors for the European-based IBJA Sports Alliance Group.

        Mark served Head Coach the Men’s Ice Hockey program at UCLA since 2010 and won the 2017 PAC 8 Conference Championship along with the LA Kings College Cup and Crosstown Cup Championships respectively and he has recently rejoined the Bruins as a Senior Advisor. He was also selected as one of two finalists for the PAC 8 Coach of the Year Award for 2012 and was selected as Head Coach of the PAC-8 Selects at the ACHA National Championships in Philadelphia in 2011 and 2013 respectively. He also served a two-year term serving as the Associate Executive Director of the PAC 8 Men’s Hockey Conference. Mark holds 2 CIS (Canada) National Silver Medals and 2 Atlantic University Sport Championships from his time with the University of New Brunswick Men’s Ice Hockey program.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 27 - August 7: SD Session #3: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Digital Marketing 3
      • Advertising in the Digital Age (UCLA)

        Have you ever wondered how commercials are made, why you see your favorite brands in movies, or why you buy certain products? Or why certain products appear in ads when you are surfing the web? This course explores what makes advertisements work and why. Students will learn the keys to effective advertising and explore the various strategies used by companies to communicate with the consumer. Learn how digital mediums make advertising and marketing much more targeted and effective. Students will examine topics including, promotion, public relations, marketing communications, big data, and communications theory. In addition, students will get hands-on experience with creating advertising and media plans. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Digital Marketing & Social Media (UCLA Anderson)

        This Academy will give students both the strategic framework and tactical approach to develop and execute goal-oriented digital marketing and advertising campaigns that enhance brands, create a buzz, and motivate desired consumer behavior. Technology has created a seismic shift in the way media is consumed, and by extension the way marketers reach and engage consumers. The shift of advertising dollars away from traditional media to online platforms requires students learning marketing to be well-versed in digital marketing. Students will learn strategies for how to use platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, mobile apps, online/display, search engine marketing, email, and more. Students will also learn about the various tools and software used to track and optimize campaign performance. This course will provide the opportunity to examine these topics firsthand through reading, case studies, industry speakers, and hands-on projects. Due to the time commitment involved with this program, no other classes may be taken in conjunction with the Anderson Business Academy.

        Class Times: 

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructor:
        Irina Shames, MBA, is a multilingual Business Developer and Strategist who is on a mission to help businesses thrive. As a driven innovator and lifelong learner, she firmly believes in the infinite power of knowledge and its pivotal role in progress. Originally from Uzbekistan, Irina lived in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States (New York & LA), but her work took her to many different corners of the world.

        For the last two decades, Irina has spearheaded a multitude of revenue-driving business strategies, media sales, and start-up growth initiatives. Throughout her career, she has been integral to both domestic and international multiplatform revenue growth for multiple prominent global media companies, such as CNN, Viacom, Liongate, WPP, Kevin Hart’s digital platform, as well as took emerging startups to market. 

        Business development aside, Irina is equally passionate about educating. Presently, she serves as an Instructor for a Digital Media and  Entrepreneurship course at UCLA. She also provides mentorship to numerous start-ups and is a Speaker at an array of events and conferences. During her free time, you can find her traveling across the globe and seeking new experiences, which ultimately fuel her love of all things media and business. 

        DatesJuly 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Social Media Management (UCLA)

        Social media statistics from 2019 show that there are an estimated 3.2 billion social media users worldwide. The internet has revolutionized the way business is conducted. People are now able to directly interact with their favorite brands. Digital marketing and social media are the tools used by the largest of the Fortune 500s to the smallest of the startups to gain instant brand recognition and fuel their growth. This course explores the business side of social media, examining how individuals and organizations leverage social media to develop their brand and grow and interact with their consumers. Learn the strengths and weaknesses of the different social media platforms like Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Weibo, WeChat, TikTok, and Twitch. Topics will include brand loyalty, key performance indicators, search engine optimization, conversion from visitor to customer, social media influencers, and customer service. Students will also examine how individuals and organizations build successful brands across multiple platforms and make a post go viral.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Economics 1
      • Issues in Modern Economics (UCLA)

        This course serves as an introduction to economics through the application and analysis of economic principles and contemporary economic issues. This course will examine the basic tools of economic theory - markets, consumer behavior, and the behavior of firms - as they relate to modern-day issues like globalization, automation, supply chains, and recession recovery. Students will explore how business managers, policymakers, and economic researchers use those economic tools to navigate modern-day challenges. Students will also examine the intended and unintended consequences that decision-makers’ plans and actions have upon the overall economy. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Engineering 2
      • All Things Aerospace (CU Boulder)

        Welcome to Aerospace Engineering! Our overall goal of this course is to introduce students to Aerospace Engineering concepts, design challenges, and experiences with aircraft, spacecraft, and related engineering sciences. This course will include learning experiences with paper airplanes, gliders, heat shields and space habitats. Your student will speak to people in the aerospace industry and learn about what job opportunities are in the field. Learn about Mars Rovers from someone who has first hand experience designing a piece of the newest Mars Rover. We will be doing a mix of activities, from mini lectures, guest speakers, and discussions. Students will be challenged to start projects during the online portion of the course with direction from the instructor and finish them each afternoon. Even though this course will be virtual, we will focus on having hands-on experiences as much as possible, with students actively building their knowledge and understanding of Aerospace Engineering and its applications. 

        • Students will learn the principles of flight and design and test their own gliders. 
        • Students will learn the basic principles behind rockets and then design and test their own water rockets.
        • Students will learn about the critical moments when a spacecraft is returning to Earth and how the heat shield protects the spacecraft. Students will design and test their own heat shield, taking data on heat transmission through different materials. 
        • Students will hear from experts in the field of Aerospace in a variety of areas: NASA, Academia,and Industry.
        • Students will learn about space missions and their failures and how to avoid them.
        • Students will learn about the challenges of Mars rover communication and do some interactive demos on the challenges that can come up.
        • With their new knowledge of flight, students will compete in a paper airplane competition with discussion on what makes the best plane and the engineering that goes into planes.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructors:

        Prithvi Kanugovi
        Prithvi is a 2nd year Masters Student in the Aerospace Engineering Department with a focus in Fluid Mechanics. He completed his Bachelors in Aeronautical Engineering in India in 2018. He also worked for a year in the most prestigious research institute in India, The Indian Institute of Science. Prithvi’s academic interests include fluid flow analysis and he gained experience as an experimentalist during his time at the Indian Institute of Science. He hopes to attain a position in the industry as a fluid flow analyst. Some of his hobbies include playing basketball, hiking, and traveling.

        Siddhi Bhilare
        Siddhi is a masters student in the CU Boulder Aerospace Engineering department. His focus area is bioastronautics, which deals with spacesuits and space habitats for astronauts in microgravity, the moon, and Mars. He has been involved in several projects such as building a lunar habitat mockup for two astronauts on the lunar surface with Lockheed Martin, building an exoskeleton for a jet-suit pilot, and building a prize winning combat robot. I love spacesuits and I try to think of ways in which they can be made better and comfortable for the astronauts.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Engineering in the Maker Age (CU Boulder)

        This Academy will bring hands-on engineering, science, and technology to you. Building skills and completing challenges, you will learn the fundamentals of programming, 3D Design, circuitry, material properties, and the engineering design process. You will learn to create designs in TinkerCad while considering the capabilities of the 3D printer used to bring them into the physical world, and get a look at professional and college-level 3D Design tools like Fusion 360 and A-Frame. Working with a breakout board called micro:bit, you’ll program using drag-and-drop programming that runs using Java. Enjoy the autonomy to freely design, build, test, and interact with your bridges, hydraulics, circuits, and all your creations. In addition to gaining the skills to make a culminating project, you will peek under the hood and see the process of engineering and how to make things for yourself.

        • Students will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of Engineering and Engineering Design through a series of mini lectures, hands-on projects, and competitions.
        • Students will get a MicroBit and learn how to use it in a variety of applications (make your own smart greenhouse, take data from the natural world, send messages to your friends, make your own step counter, take remote selfies, temperature sensor…)
        • Students will learn the basics of circuits and how to incorporate LEDs into projects. 
        • Students will learn the basics of 3D design using TinkerCAD and Fusion360.

        Instructor
        Scott Sieke
        As a lifelong science and movie geek, I have enjoyed learning about science, biology, and physics, as well as how science informs our culture and vice versa. I graduated from CSU with a degree in biology, and have been teaching ever since! In my time apart from Science Discovery, I am an avid cyclist and amateur astronomer.  I'm engaged in the University of Colorado Boulder’s Science Discovery program which introduces high schoolers to the STEM research experience.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699 ($75 Supplemental Equipment Fee)

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Leadership 2
      • Ideagen Global Leadership Academy - presented Globally by Microsoft

        This program brings together future leaders from across the globe to engage in hands-on projects that will tackle the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Goals Development. Established in 2015 with input from many nations, these goals have the power to create a better world by 2030, by ending poverty, fighting inequality and addressing the urgency of climate change.  

        Students in this program are problem-solvers, go-getters, team players, and critical thinkers ready to “roll up their sleeves” and dig into solutions! Students will be assigned teams and a facilitator where they will work on original research to design solutions to their chosen problem. Teamwork will be paired with class time sessions where students will have guest instructors and panelists from a variety of sectors providing lessons on leadership, innovation, goal setting, problem-solving, and more. Each team will present their final solutions via Microsoft Teams to the class – helping students connect with modern business technology and learn virtual public speaking!

        Like a little friendly competition? Great! One team from each session will be selected for recognition at the Ideagen Global Awards Gala on October 8, 2020. 
         

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Leadership During a Crisis: Preparation, Management, and Recovery (UCLA)

        This course takes elements from UCLA’s nationally renowned campus-sponsored leadership development program, the Bruin Leaders Project, to explore what makes leaders effective and impactful and then will apply those theories and concepts to how leaders prepare, behave and communicate during a crisis. When natural disasters, technology breaches, public health emergencies, and terrorist attacks occur, leaders need to have the communication, organizational, problem-solving and teamwork skills to navigate these extraordinary challenges. Pulling from the Social Change Model of Leadership, which is designed to promote the increase of self-knowledge, and understanding of one’s interests, talents, and values, this class will help students view leadership as a process rather than a position. 

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Psychology 1
      • Decoding the Criminal Mind: An Introduction to Criminal Psychology (UCLA)

        This course is an introduction to psychology with an emphasis on criminal behavior. Students will examine the different theories of criminal behavior: psychodynamic, biological, genetic, social learning, behavioral, and cognition, developmental and cultural issues in criminal behavior; sociological theories; violence and aggression; sex offenses; and the role of substance abuse. This course will also explore how law enforcement uses profiling techniques to help identify and capture individuals who have broken the law.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EST)

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
         

        Tuition: $2,699

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Arts & Design 1
      • The Art of Visual Storytelling (CU Boulder)

        This course introduces video production using the techniques of mobile journalism. Students will learn how to shoot video using smartphones and edit using iMovie. Additionally, students will learn about narrative visual storytelling that communicates a sense of experience to an audience. Students in this course will be taught by University instructors and have the opportunity to conduct high-level interviews with experts on campus all while honing their skills as a visual storyteller. Learn the basics of composition, narrative, interview skills, videography, and editing, while putting it all together to tell a compelling story. 

        Class Times: 
        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructor:
        Paul Daugherty
        Paul is an award-winning public affairs producer and documentary filmmaker. His specialty is producing nature and science documentaries and educational videos. Paul is currently a senior instructor in broadcast journalism at CU Boulder, where he is the faculty adviser for the Emmy-winning student-produced video podcast series, CU Science Update.

        Daugherty has produced, photographed, edited or directed numerous documentaries and public affairs shows, including Urban Ark—The Story of the Denver ZooCovering Columbine, and Space Class, an educational online series sponsored by the Space Foundation and supported by NASA. 

        At CU, Daugherty is the faculty advisor for the Emmy-winning science video series CU Science Update. He's the recipient of several teaching awards, receiving twice the Pyle Teaching Award. Among the classes he teaches are Principles of Broadcast Production; NewsTeam, where students produce a live newscast; Fundamentals of Reporting; and The Art of Visual Storytelling, where he helps students get started with Adobe After Effects.

        Daugherty served 10 years on the Board of Governors for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Heartland Chapter and still regularly judges Emmy submissions from other chapters in the U.S.  He earned a master’s degree from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at CU Boulder in broadcast news and management. He is also an Adobe-certified associate for digital work in Premiere Pro and a certified drone pilot for CU Boulder.

        DatesJuly 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • STEM 1
      • Robotics with SpheroRVR (CU Boulder)

        Through hands-on experiments, programming design, and development, students will learn the basics of robot motion, sensors, and control. Each student will receive their own Sphero RVRobot (a $250 value), the newest product from Sphero. Pronounced (Rover), the Sphero RVR is a great way to learn robotics. Students will complete a set of experiments to learn how to drive and control their robot. Then they will learn to develop software programs usingSphero EDU app on their computer via a wireless Bluetooth connection to the RVR. We will use both the Sphero graphical code blocks and Sphero EDU Javascript languages to program our RVRs. No prior programming experience required! 

        • Students will learn the basics of robot motion, sensing, and control programming.
        • Students will get exposed to mechanical and electrical design and construction of robots.
        • Students will learn how to program their own robot using a variety of different programs

        There is a lot of opportunity in this course to take your programming in any direction you choose!

        Instructor:
        Wayne Seltzer
        Wayne is a lecturer at the ATLAS Institute. He also teaches robotics engineering camps at CU Science Discovery - a program for helping high school students learn more about STEM. Wayne runs the Boulder U-Fix-It Clinic, where participants learn to repair broken appliances, toys, and electronics with help from volunteer “fix-it” coaches. Prior to joining ATLAS, Wayne was a principal product manager at Oracle Corp. and Sun Microsystems responsible for service automation technologies. He holds master's and bachelor's degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His interests include STEAM education and musical instrument user interfaces, and his work experiences include operating systems and networking, home and office automation, electronics CAD/CAM, database replication, software localization, and telecommunications. 

        Class Times: 
        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699 ($200 Supplemental Fee)

        DatesJuly 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
  • Session #3: July 27 - August 7
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 2
      • Business of Entertainment, Media, & Sports (UCLA Anderson)

        The Business of Entertainment, Media & Sports is a course of study focusing on the entertainment, media, and sports industries. This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the principles of marketing and business development as seen through the lens of the entertainment, media and sports industries. You will the learn the marketing framework of companies that drive these highly competitive, fast-paced, billion-dollar industries forward in their quests to entertain, inform, and inspire the world.

        You will gain a core understanding of marketing strategy, branding, insights and analytics, ethics, and leadership. Additionally, students will explore the factors driving change in these industries. Through case studies and lectures, students will learn about decision-making and strategic planning, consumer behavior, integrated marketing, earned media, sponsorship, sales and business development.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST) - Sherí Barros
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST) - Felisa Israel

        Session #2: July 13 - July 24
        7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (EST) - Pavan Gandhok

        Session #3: July 27 - August 7
        10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST) - Sherí Barros
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST) - Felisa Israel

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructors

        Sherí Barros 

        Sherí Barros is an award-winning, accomplished brand marketing executive with a body of work spanning over 18 years across some of the world’s most recognized and respected sports entertainment brands.  Her career includes management of the marketing department for Spurs Sports & Entertainment; Vice President of Marketing for privately-held media, sports and entertainment conglomerate, Cooper Holdings, where she led corporate clients’ sponsorship portfolios across the U.S. within the NBA, MLS, International Soccer, Action Sports, WWE, and worked alongside leading entertainment agencies CAA and United Entertainment Group.

        Ms. Barros’ expertise has been solicited as a Chief Brand Strategist & Consultant.  Additionally, as the Global Strategic Director of Sports Alliances for the American Cancer Society, Sherí works alongside the NFL to lead one of the most impactful cause marketing partnerships in pro sports: the National Football League’s Crucial Catch initiative to fight cancer. 

        In 2019, Sherí was named as an inaugural jury member of the ‘Entertainment for Sport’ Cannes Lions award, one of the most prestigious global marketing awards in the world.  She has served as an Adjunct Professor of Integrated Marketing at New York University, and now an instructor with UCLA’s Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment & Sports (MEMES).  Ms. Barros received her bachelor’s degree from Florida State University, and master’s degree from the University of North Texas.


        Pavan Gandhook

        Dr Tejpavan Gandhok (Pavan) has an eclectic and international background as an entrepreneur and  “pracademic”.  Pavan is a popular speaker and thought leader, making regular appearances in popular business media and in various CXO/ Investor forums and corporate leadership retreats. He is a Visiting faculty at Singapore Management University , U of Melbourne , Indian School of Business and the Anderson School at UCLA. His research interests are mainly in Adaptive Strategy under highly dynamic and uncertain conditions.

        Pavan is a serial entrepreneur with a strong track-record of high investor returns and successful exits.  He actively collaborates with several leading investor funds and start-ups as venture advisor/ angel investor. His track-record covers a range of situations including start ups, high growth as well as turn-arounds; with both Consumer & Retail themes as well as knowledge/ technology intensive businesses. Prior to his entrepreneurial stints, Pavan has more than 15 years of international Senior Partner level corporate advisory experience in Country & Regional Head roles across Australia, USA, South East Asia and India with Strategy consulting and Private Equity firms such as Halcyon Partners, AT Kearney, Stern Stewart & co. and the Boston Consulting Group. In earlier career roles he worked in corporate strategy; technology management and incubation, and as an engineer and research scientist.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 13 - July 24: SD Session #2: 2 Weeks  |  July 27 - August 7: SD Session #3: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Sports Business (UCLA Anderson)

        This course will provide insight into the ever-changing business of sports and an appreciation for the unique challenges involved in managing sports business enterprises. Students will explore business frameworks including finance, marketing, strategy, and economics. Through an introduction to concepts, analyses, and principles, this academy will challenge students with a wide array of sports business-oriented curriculum. Students will learn to understand the business and management of sports and will be provided with behind the scenes virtual visits to L.A.’s famous arenas and stadiums.

        Class Times: 

        Session #1: June 29 - July 10
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)

        Session #3: July 27 - August 7
        1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,699

        Instructor: Mark Francis 

        Mark Francis holds an MBA and MA in Sports Administration and a Diploma in University Teaching from the University of New Brunswick (Canada).  He currently serves as Principal and Founder of MARK ONE Sports & Entertainment in Los Angeles whose key clients have included Concordia University Irvine, UC Irvine, Cal Lutheran University. Edwards Technologies International, Panasonic, California Center and BaAM Productions. He also serves as a Lecturer in Sports Business at UCLA Anderson’s Center for Media, Entertainment and Sports, and is a course developer and lecturer for the MBA program in Hockey Business for Athabasca University in Edmonton, Canada.  Mark also had the privilege of acting as the Lead Instructor for UCLA Extension’s Custom Programs in Sports & Entertainment Marketing in Shanghai, China in 2016, and served in a similar capacity for Jiaotong University of Shanghai in 2018.

        Mark boasts a wealth of experience at all levels of Sports & Entertainment with significant interest and expertise in fan/guest engagement technologies, large-scale event management and marketing. He speaks regularly on numerous topics related to the Business of Sports, having appeared most recently at the 2019 UCLA Anderson Up Next Conference, 2017 UCLA Anderson Big Data Conference, 2018 Prime Time Sports Management Conference (Toronto), 2015 Gravity Summit & UCLA Sports Technology Panel, 2014 SATE Conference in Themed Entertainment, 2014 LA Dodgers/LA Chamber of Commerce panel on Sports Technology, 2014 Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Panel on the “Art of Negotiation in Sports,” 2014 United Talent Agency Panel on Sports Technology, Chapman University Law School, Occidental College, UCLA Extension, University of New Brunswick and UCLA’s Annual Pulse Conference on Sports & Entertainment. Through his current and prior professional associations with numerous esteemed Sports & Entertainment organizations, Mark has developed an extensive professional network of leaders throughout all levels of these industries, many of whom appear annually during his Sports Business program at UCLA Anderson. He also serves on the international board of advisors for the European-based IBJA Sports Alliance Group.

        Mark served Head Coach the Men’s Ice Hockey program at UCLA since 2010 and won the 2017 PAC 8 Conference Championship along with the LA Kings College Cup and Crosstown Cup Championships respectively and he has recently rejoined the Bruins as a Senior Advisor. He was also selected as one of two finalists for the PAC 8 Coach of the Year Award for 2012 and was selected as Head Coach of the PAC-8 Selects at the ACHA National Championships in Philadelphia in 2011 and 2013 respectively. He also served a two-year term serving as the Associate Executive Director of the PAC 8 Men’s Hockey Conference. Mark holds 2 CIS (Canada) National Silver Medals and 2 Atlantic University Sport Championships from his time with the University of New Brunswick Men’s Ice Hockey program.

        DatesJune 29 - July 10: SD Session #1: 2 Weeks  |  July 27 - August 7: SD Session #3: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
  • UT Austin: June 29 - July 16
    • Digital Marketing 1
      • Digital Media (UT Austin)

        Almost all advertising is digital today and you need to understand how it all works. In this course students will learn the key elements of digital marketing including website design, online advertising, social media marketing and developing a creative concept for an online product launch. Students will become familiar with important social media channels and how companies utilize each for publicity outreach. Professionals in communications and marketing will share their insights on the latest digital marketing trends with students during in-class discussions and provide feedback on various student projects completed throughout the course. 

        NOTE: Students who take UT Austin online courses do not have access to the community, college success, or career exploration components of the program. This course is academics only.

        Class Time: 

        June 29 - July 16
        11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,999

        Instructor:

        Jessica Ciarla is a fashion designer and consultant with over fourteen years of experience in the fashion industry. Jessica worked in New York City for eight years as both a fashion designer and fashion publicist where she placed editorial coverage and backstage press for prominent fashion houses. In 2009, Jessica moved to Austin and launched her collection CIARLA bride, after receiving her Masters in Fashion Design Advanced at Italy’s Polimoda International Institute of Design and Marketing under the mentorship of the iconic Linda Loppa. In 2015, Jessica received her second master’s in Mass Communications and Journalism with a Concentration in Public Relations. She works as a full-time Assistant Professor of Instruction at the University of Texas at Austin in the Division of Textiles and Apparel.

        She is the Founder and Social Media Director of TXA (@UTAustinFashion) where she creates and manages content across multiple communication platforms. Jessica is the Chair of the External Communications Committee and spearheads the solidification of editorial placement for the yearly TXA Fashion Show. She is the creator of the Kendra Scott/TXA Accessory Design, Development & Merchandising course, a collaboration focused on experiential student learning. Jessica enjoys mentoring students and continues to develop partnerships with industry leaders for collaborative learning experiences. She emphasizes the importance of sustainable practices and technology in all of her lesson plans and strives to educate students from both an artistic and entrepreneurial perspective. She spearheaded the team for Sustainable Embellishments in Copenhagen that won the 2019-2020 President's Award for Global Learning. She is a founding member of "The Circle Project," a trio of educators working alongside textile and apparel students and global thinkers committed to the mission of creating innovative business models in the clothing supply chain. She is currently pursuing a PhD with an emphasis on sustainable design at Iowa State and lives with her husband and two children in Austin.

        Who Should Take This Course?Students interested in the future of the advertising world through digital means.DatesUT Austin: June 29 - July 16: UT Austin Session #1: 3 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • STEM 2
      • Intro to Python Programming (UT Austin)

        Learn Python, a high-level, top 5 language. Taught by 80% of the top 10 CS departments, Python is used from microchip testing to running Instagram. Students will learn computer architecture, basic data types, simple I/O, decision structures, loops, and functions, and write complete programs for mathematical and logical tasks. Taught by UT CS faculty and an experienced IT professional & developer. This is an entry-level course, intended for students with NO programming experience.

        NOTE: Students who take UT Austin online courses do not have access to the community, college success, or career exploration components of the program. This course is academics only.

        Class Time: 

        June 29 - July 16
        3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,999

        Instructor:
        Dr. William C. (Bill) Bulko
        William Bulko's research interests primarily center around Artificial Intelligence, Expert Systems, Programming Languages, Pervasive Computing, and Computer Science Education. As an undergraduate, he attended UT El Paso, and received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at UT Austin. Bulko spent 24 years with IBM, and has multiple patents and publications. He’s a member of the Association for Computing Machinery, as well as the Journal Review Board of Applied Intelligence.

        Who Should Take This Course?Students interested in learning the building blocks of the increasingly virtual world that we live in.DatesUT Austin: June 29 - July 16: UT Austin Session #1: 3 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Engineering and Society (UT Austin)

        Engineers design technologies and processes that have huge impacts on society—both beneficial and, in some cases, detrimental. In this class, you will learn about the roles of engineers and engineered systems in a societal context, and how ethics and equity are incorporated into the engineering design process.

        NOTE: Students who take UT Austin online courses do not have access to the community, college success, or career exploration components of the program. This course is academics only.

        Class Time: 

        June 29 - July 16
        3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,999

        Instructor:
        Patricia Clayton
        Area(s) of Expertise:
        Structural Engineering

        Educational Qualifications:
        Ph.D., University of Washington, Civil Engineering (2013)
        M.S., University of Washington, Civil Engineering (2010)
        B.S., North Carolina State, Civil Engineering (2007)

        Technical Interests:
        Innovative self-centering steel plate shear wall lateral force resisting system for enhancing seismic performance of buildings.

        Who Should Take This Course?Students who are interested in learning what it takes to become a civil engineer.DatesUT Austin: June 29 - July 16: UT Austin Session #1: 3 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Arts & Design 1
      • Fashion Technology (CAD) (UT Austin)

        Computer technology is an essential skill in the modern fashion industry. Transforming creative design ideas into viable garments is one of the biggest challenges a designer faces. This summer course offers students the opportunity to learn the principles of fashion design and marketing using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Course assignments will teach students how to draw garments and develop fashion illustrations using Adobe software.

        NOTE: Students who take UT Austin online courses do not have access to the community, college success, or career exploration components of the program. This course is academics only.

        Class Time: 

        June 29 - July 16
        3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,999

        Instructor:

        Jessica Ciarla is a fashion designer and consultant with over fourteen years of experience in the fashion industry. Jessica worked in New York City for eight years as both a fashion designer and fashion publicist where she placed editorial coverage and backstage press for prominent fashion houses. In 2009, Jessica moved to Austin and launched her collection CIARLA bride, after receiving her Masters in Fashion Design Advanced at Italy’s Polimoda International Institute of Design and Marketing under the mentorship of the iconic Linda Loppa. In 2015, Jessica received her second master’s in Mass Communications and Journalism with a Concentration in Public Relations. She works as a full-time Assistant Professor of Instruction at the University of Texas at Austin in the Division of Textiles and Apparel.

        She is the Founder and Social Media Director of TXA (@UTAustinFashion) where she creates and manages content across multiple communication platforms. Jessica is the Chair of the External Communications Committee and spearheads the solidification of editorial placement for the yearly TXA Fashion Show. She is the creator of the Kendra Scott/TXA Accessory Design, Development & Merchandising course, a collaboration focused on experiential student learning. Jessica enjoys mentoring students and continues to develop partnerships with industry leaders for collaborative learning experiences. She emphasizes the importance of sustainable practices and technology in all of her lesson plans and strives to educate students from both an artistic and entrepreneurial perspective. She spearheaded the team for Sustainable Embellishments in Copenhagen that won the 2019-2020 President's Award for Global Learning. She is a founding member of "The Circle Project," a trio of educators working alongside textile and apparel students and global thinkers committed to the mission of creating innovative business models in the clothing supply chain. She is currently pursuing a PhD with an emphasis on sustainable design at Iowa State and lives with her husband and two children in Austin.

        Who Should Take This Course?Students who are interested in taking a deeper dive into the often overlooked virtual world of fashion. DatesUT Austin: June 29 - July 16: UT Austin Session #1: 3 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Sports Medicine 1
      • Intro to Sports Medicine (UT Austin)

        Learn about the field of sports medicine and how common athletic injuries are diagnosed and treated. Guest speakers from sports medicine professions will share details of future career options. Examine virtual injuries by photo and video to learn assessment techniques and rehab exercises.

        NOTE: Students who take UT Austin online courses do not have access to the community, college success, or career exploration components of the program. This course is academics only.

        Class Time: 

        June 29 - July 16
        11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,999

        Instructor:
        Brian Farr has been the Director of UT’s Athletic Training Education Program since its inception in 2002. He received a Teaching Excellence Award in 2011-12, was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2013, and Clinical Associate Professor in 2015. He was a finalist for the UT Regents Outstanding Teaching Award, having been nominated twice. He is the Co-Director and Co-Founder of the Longhorns Sports Medicine Camp and Director and Founder of the Longhorns Lecture Series for Continuing Education, a professional CEU program for area healthcare professionals. He has delivered over two dozen professional presentations on a variety of sports medicine topics and was lead author on a chapter in Clinical Orthopedic Rehabilitation - An Evidence-Based Approach, 3rd ed. and 4th ed.

        Prior to his faculty position, Farr spent three seasons as the athletic trainer for the Longhorn Men’s Basketball team. In addition to tending to the basketball team, he coordinated the athletic training student internship program, coordinated the educational inservice program, and taught for the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education (KHE). Farr came to UT by way of Oklahoma State University where he served as Assistant Coordinator of Sports Medicine working with the Cowboy’s men’s basketball and football teams. He also served as an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor in OSU’s College of Education, where he taught athletic training courses.

        Farr also coordinated OSU’s staff inservice educational series and assisted in the clinical education of OSU’s athletic training students.Farr also spent one year as the head athletic trainer for the Columbus Chill, a minor league, professional ice hockey team; one season as the assistant athletic trainer with the World League of American Football’s (NFL Europe) Scottish Claymores; served as an athletic trainer at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY; and was an intern with the NFL’s Detroit Lions.

        Farr was named to the USOPC Sports Medicine Staff for the 2011 and 2019 Para Pan-Am Games in Mexico and Peru. He also served as the athletic trainer with Team USA Sitting Volleyball at the 2012 WOVD International Cup in Cairo, Egypt, t he World Super Six Tournament in Tabriz, Iran, and the US Nationals in 2015, ‘16, ‘17, and ‘19 as well as Team USA’s Men’s Field Hockey at the Indira Gandhi International Tournament in Lucknow, India.

        Farr earned his bachelor of science degree in Physical Education and Exercise Science from Michigan State University in 1993. He attended graduate school at Syracuse University before completing a two-year graduate assistantship and his master of arts degree in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation from The Ohio State University in 1996.Farr is a nationally certified athletic trainer (ATC), a state licensed athletic trainer (LAT), and a nationally certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS). His professional involvement includes serving on several committees and boards at the state, district and national levels. He was awarded the NATA’s Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 2019, the SWATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 2019, and the NATA’s Athletic Trainer Service Award in 2016.

        Who Should Take This Course?Students interested in learning more about the human body in the realm of sports.DatesUT Austin: June 29 - July 16: UT Austin Session #1: 3 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 1
      • Writing for Digital Business (UT Austin)

        Learn about digital business models and how clear communication is essential in order to sustain these businesses. Examine business plans and analyze different formats of digital content in this case-based and hands-on course. Students will have the opportunity to practice creating content in audio/visual and textual formats for their own original digital business ideas; students will additionally benefit from a number of digital business professionals who will (virtually) join the class to talk about their companies, as well as their communication strategies.

        NOTE: Students who take UT Austin online courses do not have access to the community, college success, or career exploration components of the program. This course is academics only.

        Class Time: 

        June 29 - July 16
        11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,999

        Instructor:
        Jennifer Sapio is a teacher, activist, creative nonfiction writer, and poet from Austin, Texas. Dr. Sapio works for the University of Texas Rhetoric OnRamps Program, and she volunteers her time teaching incarcerated students for the Inside Literature Program. She has taught at the University of Texas, Austin Community College, Regents School of Austin, and Austin Waldorf School. She was recently shortlisted for the Doug Draime Prize for Poetry (2020), and she was a semifinalist in theWriter’s Advice Flash Memoir Contest (2019). You can read her publications at Medium, The Write Launch, Sonder Midwest, Raw Art Review (forthcoming), The Chattahoochee Review (forthcoming) and elsewhere. She is currently working on several projects, including a memoir about family legacies entitled Revise and Resubmit.

        Who Should Take This Course?Students who are interested in the increasingly digital business world we live in.DatesUT Austin: June 29 - July 16: UT Austin Session #1: 3 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Law & Government 1
      • Law and Society (UT Austin)

        Students will study the structure and implications of U.S. legal systems, and how laws and policies organize and govern. An overview of the U.S. Constitution will accompany a closer look at how local and national laws and policies impact individuals and communities. Students will analyze the role of laws and courts when people disagree. Students will consider current events and contemporary issues in the context of legal systems (civil and criminal) and the lawyers who navigate them. Students will be able to identify legal issues and summarize and present cogent legal arguments. The course will be conducted as a typical law school seminar, positing problems for students to study through lively interaction and discussion.

        NOTE: Students who take UT Austin online courses do not have access to the community, college success, or career exploration components of the program. This course is academics only.

        Class Time:
        UT Austin: June 29 - July 16 (EST)
        11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

        Tuition: $2,999

        DatesUT Austin: June 29 - July 16: UT Austin Session #1: 3 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Medicine 1
      • Microbiology: Plagues, Penicillin, and Pandemics (UT Austin)

        Earlier this year, the entire world came to a halt in an effort to fight a largely invisible enemy: SARS-CoV-2. Learn the science behind the novel 2019 coronavirus and other microbes, both beneficial and detrimental, by diving into the world of microbiology. Discover how researchers and clinicians study and manipulate a world too small for the naked eye to see, and how visual communicators work with populations to spread information faster than the disease itself. This course is taught by an award-winning Medical Illustrator and Biomedical Communicator.

        NOTE: Students who take UT Austin online courses do not have access to the community, college success, or career exploration components of the program. This course is academics only.

        Class Time:
        UT Austin: June 29  - July 16
        3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EST)

        Tuition: $2,999

        Instructor:
        Melanie Connolly
        I am a UT alumna (BS Neurobiology), medical illustrator, and 3D medical animator specializing in surgical, pharmaceutical mechanism of action, and microbiological visual education for patients/caregivers, researchers, and healthcare providers.

        DatesUT Austin: June 29 - July 16: UT Austin Session #1: 3 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
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