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2017 Camps at Stony Brook University

summer campStony Brook Sports Camps

Affordable, full-day and partial-day sport programs for kids' ages 7 to 17, directed by NCAA Division I College Coaches. Each camper receives instruction from top Coaches, Assistant Coaches and college players. Because the program is tailored to all skill levels and abilities, kids can advance at their own rate. Includes Baseball, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Football (full contact, non-contact skills session, passing), Boys' Lacrosse, Girls' Lacrosse, Boys’ Soccer, Girls’ Soccer, Softball and Volleyball.

Visit the camps page at: www.stonybrookathletics.com

Call: (631) 632-4550

 

School of Journalism Summer Camp

The School of Journalism will be hosting its annual week-long Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists from July 23 to July 29, 2017. This is a residential camp geared towards high school rising juniors and seniors.  Applications will be available beginning February 1, 2017 and the deadline to apply is April 3, 2017.

Call: 631-632-7403

Visit: http://greenegazette.com/

 

Summer Chamber Music Camp

August 7-12, 2017

This week-long day camp will focuses on developing important chamber music skills which help young string players build confidence and acquire critical musicianship skills that can make them better orchestra players and soloists. Each day of the camp, participants will receive coachings and take part in daily seminars/demonstrations led by professional musicians and chamber music coaches.  The camp will culminate with each group performing on the final concert that will be open to the public on August 12, 2017. 

Call: (631) 632-7330

Visit: www.stonybrook.edu/sbcmp

 

Encouraging Computer Science: Learn to Code this Summer

The Department of Computer Science (CS) and kidOYO have teamed up to offer a computer science classes to Long Island families. kidOYO’s Summer Experience at Stony Brook kicks off June 26, 2017 and includes a variety of lessons for students interested in technology. Students will learn 3D design and printing, Web development, Python, Java, Javascript, green screen filming/editing, Scratch, and many more industry-leading programs.

For more info, visit www.kidoyo.com/nyevents or email kidOYO at info@kidoyo.com

 

IACS Computes! High School Summer Camp

Host: The Institute for Advanced Computational Science (IACS)
Target Ages: Rising Juniors and Seniors (must be at least 15 years of age)
Website: http://www.iacs.stonybrook.edu/event/workshops/iacs-computes-hs-summer-camp
Call: 631-632-4629

The Institute for Advanced Computational Science (IACS) at Stony Brook University is offering a 10-day programming workshop for rising juniors or seniors. This hands-on camp introduces students to the Python language and emphasizes algorithmic thinking and problem solving. No assumed prior knowledge of programming is necessary. By the end of the camp, students will have sufficient programming skills and awareness of the field to pursue further independent study and to inform future choices for education and careers.

Please see our website for further details.

 

International Summer Enrichment Program – Summer in the USA

Host: The International Undergraduate Admissions
For:  International High School Students

Stony Brook runs a 2 week Summer program for International High School students. The   students are immersed in English instruction, exciting academic lectures, demonstrations and labs taught by Stony Brook faculty in courses such as Engineering, Pre-Med, Marine Science, Math, etc. During the program we host the Math League Competition - which is a worldwide Math competition!

The 2017 Program will run from July 16, 2017 to July 29, 2017

For more information, pictures from last summer’s program and applications, please visit www.stonybrook.edu/usa or call: 631-632-6819.

 

I-STEM Summer Camps at Stony Brook

Telephone: (631) 632-9750
E-mail address:  istem@stonybrook.eduVisit: http://istem.stonybrook.edu/resources/students/k-12-programs

Biotechnology Summer Camp
This four-week residential program prepares high school students for research in the biological sciences, particularly molecular biology and biotechnology. The program is open to tenth and eleventh grade students and runs from early July to early August.

Science Exploration Camp
 This two-week program for middle school students interested in exploring a variety of areas in science, including, cell biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, molecular biology, forensics, botany, and many others. The program is open to students entering sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth grade, with a curriculum specific to each grade.

Exploration in Forensics Camp
 The program includes a variety of scientific disciplines including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Earth Science, and other applied sciences that fall under the umbrella of Forensic Science (students must have completed 9th grade) 

Mathematics Summer Camp
The program is designed for students who will be entering their junior or senior year in high school and who have an interest in enriching their mathematics education.  During the two-week program students will explore several branches of mathematics (for students entering Grades 11 & 12)

Engineering Summer Camp
 Students will investigate concepts in electricity and magnetism by building electromagnets, electromagnetic motors, and generating electricity (students must have completed 9th grade)

Physics Summer Camp
Two options are available - one for an Introduction to Physics (students will be introduced to classical branches of physics) and one for Advanced Physics (students will be introduced to advanced branches of physics that don't usually make it into the high school curriculum, including electronics, optics and particle physics).  (for students entering grades 10-12)

Middle School Math Camp
Hands-on math activities that will engage and build confidence.  Students will practice and increase their math skills by working on real world problems that are both fun and challenging. (for students entering grades 6-9)

 

Science and Research Awareness Series (SARAS)

SARAS 2017 Program is a 3-week program including: Workshops, Lectures, Discussions & Experts’ Views on Topics in Biomedical Sciences, Lab Safety Sessions leading to Certification to Work in a Research Lab. Exam prep sessions to get ready for SAT/ACT/MCAT and much more!

Required level of education: Must have finished the 9th Grade by June 2017. Admission is on a first come, first serve basis.

Visit: https://sites.google.com/a/stonybrook.edu/saras/:

Call: 631-444-2974

 

Oceanography at Stony Brook Southampton

Earn 3 College Credits: Students will examine the World Ocean and the chemical, geological, and physical processes that control its major features and the life that inhabits it, as well as explore human interactions with the marine environment. This intensive course is specifically designed for motivated high school students wishing to earn college credit, but current undergraduates, graduates, or professionals can also enroll. The short-term course will run for 2 weeks and meet for 4-5 hours each weekday at the Stony Brook Southampton campus. Content will be delivered via lectures, in- class activities, and 2 boat trips in which students will explore nearby coastal habitats using oceanographic sampling equipment. Students must have completed high school biology and be at least 16 years old.

Enrollment begins March 27, 2017. Learn more.

Visit the website for more information about housing.

For additional information contact: Kurt.Bretsch@stonybrook.edu

 http://www.somas.stonybrook.edu/education/undergrad_course_mar104/

 

STONY BROOK AFFILIATED CAMPS

Camp Kesem  

Camp Kesem supports children through and beyond their parent's cancer by offering free summer camps with innovative, fun-filled programs that foster a lasting community. The camp is run by driven, passionate student leaders.

Contact  (260) 225-3736 / (260) 22-KESEM

Visit: campkesem.org/stonybrook

 

 

 

 

 

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