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1 Residential Pre-College Programs for High School Students ONE-WEEK SUMMER COLLEGE SESSION: JUNE 25-30, 2017 THREE-WEEK SUMMER COLLEGE SESSION: July 2-21, 2017 ITHACA WRITERS INSTITUTE: July 2-14, 2017

2 ONE-WEEK SESSION WELCOME TO ITHACA COLLEGE! In Ithaca s summer college program, students experience college life and attend small classes led by some of our best faculty. Students are in class from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., break for lunch, and resume class from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m., followed by free time and/or afternoon and evening activities. As part of the residential experience, students enjoy trips, picnics, movies, concerts, lectures, and talent shows. The summer college experience is fun and educational, but most importantly, our summer college alumni report that they were better prepared for a successful transition to college. Warren Schlesinger Associate Professor and Director Summer College for High School Students EXPERIENCE ITHACA Outings, Events, Campus Life, Transportation ITHACA A CLASSIC COLLEGE TOWN Home to both Ithaca College and Cornell University, Ithaca is widely recognized as an ideal college town. The area abounds with entertainment, athletic events, lectures, museums, and other activities. Go to visitithaca.com to learn more. Summer college gives high school students the chance to experience the kind of uncommon and inventive undergraduate. Explore American art and culture, learn professional skills, and get a one-week preview of college life in one of our expert-led workshops. MIX IT UP AMERICAN GANGSTER DIGITAL MUSIC PRODUCTION Criminal organizations have been around for all of history, living outside the law and making their own systems of rules. In this course, students explore mafias, prison gangs, street gangs, and violent motorcycle clubs in the U.S. as they re portrayed in cinema. Gustavo Licon, assistant professor When will the beat drop? It s all up to you. In this course, students become producers working with real musicians to record live instrumentation, and then editing and mixing their perfect tracks. No background in digital recording is required. Brian Dozoretz, lecturer RESIDENTIAL ACTIVITIES The director, residential coordinator, and college-age resident advisors work with students to create a variety of cocurricular and recreational activities that are scheduled every day of the week. HOLLYWOOD: FROM THE GOLDEN AGE TO THE GLOBAL AGE Residence halls are coeducational, but students are housed separately by floor according to gender. HEALTH CARE The J. David Hammond Center for Student Health Services is open Monday through Friday. If necessary, referrals are made to Cayuga Medical Center. CAMPUS SAFETY The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is open 24 hours a day and may be contacted at AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Have you ever wanted to learn a language but struggled with verbal languages like French or Spanish? Would you enjoy learning another language and culture in a handson environment? This workshop is an introduction to the linguistic features and core vocabulary needed to develop basic communicative competence in American Sign Language. Students learn basic ASL grammar and apply this knowledge when using ASL with fellow students. Discussion of deaf culture is infused throughout the course. Jennifer Giroux, lecturer DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Students get a hands-on introduction to digital photography, including camera use and imaging for art photography. Using their own digital camera images taken during the week, students create new artwork using advanced Photoshop techniques. Digital cameras are available. Danielle Mericle, lecturer 2 Summer College 2017 AN OFFER YOU CAN T REFUSE JUNE 25-30, 2017 How do we define Hollywood? How did it gain prominence, and where is it headed now? In understanding the evolution of Hollywood, students will gain knowledge of the classical film language, the star system, how social and economic forces shape and control film content, and, alternatively, how films can challenge and shape American society. Sueyoung Park-Primiano, visiting assistant professor NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Students come to more fully understand the importance of new products, the types of new products introduced each year, and the process that marketers use to formulate, design, develop, and market these products. Kurt Komaromi, assistant professor SCREENWRITING Students write their own movies in this noncredit workshop that discusses the basics of writing for the screen, both large and small. Learn professional screenplay format, proper story structure, character development, and most importantly, how to get those great ideas onto the page. Students build the skills needed to write compelling, satisfying screenplays not just over the summer but for the rest of their lives as well. Andy Watts, assistant professor SPORT MEDIA AND MARKETING Interested in pursuing a career in sport media, marketing, and entertainment? Students receive hands-on experience while learning about professional careers in sport media. Students may shoot video in a television studio, record a radio show, use social media for marketing and public relations efforts, and visit a professional sport organization to observe industry professionals in action. Kyle Woody, instructor WRITING COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAYS Students explore the college application essay, developing strategies for writing essays that inform, persuade, and engage the reader. Students examine a number of successful college essays and write, study, and critique their own essays. Jaime Warburton, assistant professor ithaca.edu/summercollege 3

3 THREE-WEEK SESSION JULY 2-21, 2017 ACTING I This course uses a workshop approach that encompasses theatre games, physical/vocal exercises, improvisation, outside readings, class discussions, and script analysis, resulting in the performance of a monologue and/or scene. Most students in this class will have some prior acting experience or lessons, but it is not a prerequisite for the course. Barbara Anger, instructor COMMUNICATION, CULTURE, AND RHETORIC This course fosters critical reflection on the rhetorical dimensions of everyday artifacts, actions, and events, better known as popular culture, and the ways in which our constant exposure to popular culture shapes and informs who we are, who we will be, and what type of world we will live in. In this course, students learn how to understand the ways that signs and symbols influence us through rhetoric. Class discussions set out to answer questions such as, What is rhetoric? What is popular culture? and How do they affect us? Christopher House, assistant professor GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY An introduction to the study of behavior, this course focuses on the influences of physiological, cognitive, social, and personality factors as they pertain to behavior and includes discussion of the major theories in psychology and related research. Bill Altman, instructor HEALTH SCIENCES: FOUNDATIONS AND CAREERS 2 credits An overview of the foundation of health sciences and career opportunities, this class includes small group discussion, guest lectures by health science educators, and visits to health care facilities. Selected current issues related to the professions are also examined. Stewart Auyash, associate professor and chair INTRODUCTION TO FIELD PRODUCTION 4 credits An exciting, in-the-field introduction to production techniques, including portable field camera operation, video editing, lighting, scripting, media aesthetics, and logistics, this class helps students develop their creative and technical skills through a combination of production exercises, projects, readings, and critiques. Gossa Tsegaye, assistant professor INTRODUCTION TO MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE This performance-oriented course integrates musical and theatre performance skills through the presentation of scenes from musicals. Each student is recorded at the beginning and end of the course. Admission is by audition. Submit a DVD of two songs with accompaniment, one uptempo and one ballad from a musical. Students recordings of stage performances cannot be used. DVDs will not be returned. Alternatively, students may upload their audition material to YouTube and send the link to Arno Selco, professor In our three-week session, students can earn up to 4 college credits while discovering how in-depth courses can open their minds and unleash their creativity. Explore global culture and communication, build a professional foundation, and start your college life early at IC. INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY Students examine some traditional problems of philosophy, such as the nature of reality, the self, God, free will, and right and wrong. We will examine competing views on these subjects, drawing from ideas proposed by both contemporary and historical philosophers. Craig Duncan, associate professor INTRODUCTION TO SPORT MANAGEMENT Investigate the business of sport. The functions of management, the skills and attributes required of a sport manager, and career opportunities are explored. Students meet with professionals during trips, including a visit to a minor league team. Annmarie Farrell, associate professor YOUR STOCK WILL RISE CAPITAL MARKET INVESTING There s a lot more to investing than buying and selling. In this course, students learn the fundamentals of investing how to read data, analyze trends, and manage risks. Get a taste of Wall Street in IC s real-time trading room, and learn how to use professional trading software to become an investment success. Jason Muenzen, investment program director JUST YOU WAIT! THE POLITICS OF HAMILTON What really happened in the room where it happened? In this course, you ll learn how the events of Alexander Hamilton s life influenced early American political and constitutional thinking. Discover why Lin-Manuel Miranda s highly acclaimed and hugely successful Broadway musical Hamilton lives up to all the hype. Tom Shevory, professor 4 Summer College 2017 ithaca.edu/summercollege 5

4 ITHACA WRITERS INSTITUTE JULY 2-14, 2017 I felt like I was actually in college. I ll never forget the memories. COLLEGE CREDIT AND FEES Credits earned during the summer college program are accepted at Ithaca College and are normally transferable to other colleges; each institution, however, has its own credit transfer policies. I learned a lot and did things that I am interested in doing for a career. Program fees cover tuition, room, board, and activity fees. Certain incidental charges for example, textbooks and some optional activities are not included. The cost of the 2017 noncredit one-week session is $1,680. The three-week session is $5,080. Commuter rates are available upon request. SCHOLARSHIPS It s a great way to see how living away from home really is. Students who believe they will be eligible for financial aid when they apply to college are encouraged to apply for a limited number of need-based, partial-tuition scholarships for the three-week session. Students should complete the online application and then complete the financial aid request form. APPLICATION Online applications are due by May 1, 2017, but early application is recommended. Admission decisions are made as applications are received. Applications received after May 1, 2017, will be considered only if space is available. FURTHER INFORMATION Contact the Office of Extended Studies at or for more information. APPLY TODAY It was a learning experience in and out of the classroom. ithaca.edu/summercollege/app BEGIN YOUR WRITING ODYSSEY IN ITHACA. The Ithaca Writers Institute offers two weeks of intensive writing workshops for high school students from July 2 14, The cost to attend the 2017 Ithaca Writers Institute is $2,330. This fee includes housing, a campus meal plan, and all required activities. Unlike most other young writers conferences, which focus primarily on creative writing, the Ithaca Writers Institute hosts a wide range of both creative and professional writing courses, from poetry to publishing, building on Ithaca College s reputation for blending praxis with the arts. Taught by the distinguished faculty of the college s Department of Writing, with assistance from the department s most talented undergraduates, the curriculum mirrors the department s own curriculum, giving aspiring young writers COURSE LIST b FICTION b PERSONAL ESSAY an immersive conference experience in an authentic college atmosphere. Students spend mornings in two-hour workshops focusing on the genre of their choice and spend afternoons in lectures and craft classes that allow them to experiment across the genres. In the evenings, they participate in a student reading series and interact directly with visiting writers and publishing professionals who have expert insight into the craft and business of writing. The Ithaca Writers Institute is a place where promising students come together to celebrate, study, and practice the creation of literature, laying the foundation for a successful life of writing. APPLICATION DEADLINE MAY 15, 2017 b POETRY 6 Summer College 2017 b SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY Visit ithaca.edu/iwi for more information. 7

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