offers non-credit courses designed for students to experience college-level academics on an Ivy League campus. Reflecting Brown’s broad liberal arts curriculum, Summer@Brown features nearly 200 courses, designed and taught at the level of first-year college courses, requiring 3 hours of class per day with 2-3 hours of homework, and ranging in length from one to four weeks. For students completing grades 9-12 by June 2017, with a minimum age of 15 by the start of the program
II. Brown’s Pre-Baccalaureate Program
is a highly selective program designed to engage college-ready high school students in college-level learning. In this seven-week summer session of compressed first-year level curriculum, you will take 1-2 classes alongside Brown undergraduates, earn college credit, and experience the rigors and deep satisfaction of Ivy League learning 2-3 days a week. Must be a rising or recently graduated high school senior.
III. Brown Leadership Institute
combines the development of socially responsible leadership with focused study on academic topics such as health, global development, social entrepreneurship, conflict resolution, and environmental justice. Students integrate their learning through course work, workshops on leadership styles, public speaking, active listening, and the development of an Action Plan project related to their school or home community. For students completing grades 9-12 by June 2017, with a minimum age of 15 by the start of the program
IV. Brown Environmental Leadership Lab (BELL):
BELL students live and learn on location, and address the challenges of global and local environmental issues in a hands-on learning environment. Field research, discussions, site visits, and debates are a few of the ways students learn together and develop socially responsible leadership skills they can apply to create change in their home communities. BELL Alaska is not included in this scholarship. For students completing grades 9-12 by June 2017, with a minimum age of 15 by the start of the program
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