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Ohio Northern University to host Summer Academic and Honors Institute
Ohio Northern University will host its 10th Summer Academic and Honors Institute for gifted high school students on June 15-20 and June 22-27.
This year’s institute includes 17 challenging courses scheduled over the month of June. Each weeklong course provides a great way to investigate potential career choices or college majors.
The first session begins on June 15 and offers programs in chemistry, graphic design, forensic science, human anatomy, exploration with histological techniques, medicinal herbs, mock trial, multimedia and theatre.
The second session begins on June 22 and offers programs in astronomy and physics, biochemistry, cryptography, engineering pathways, environmental science, exercise physiology and sports science, forensic science, mock trial, pharmacy, and technology.
Students may sign up for more than one week, and students completing each course will receive one transferable college credit hour. To be eligible to attend the Summer Academic and Honors Institute at ONU, students must be entering the ninth, 10th, 11th or 12th grade in fall 2014-15 and be identified as “gifted” by a school district or be able to obtain a written recommendation from their high school counselor.
The deadline for registration is June 6. For further information, contact Dennis De Luca 419-772-2331 or visit www.onu.edu/sahi.
The Ohio Northern University Summer Academic and Honors Institute is funded by the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation and Ohio Northern University.