College in the High School Summer Academies

The SUNY SCCC Division of Math, Science, Technology and Health and Division of Liberal Arts, along with the College in the High School Program, are pleased to invite high school students (sophomores, juniors and seniors) to participate in our Summer Academies, the S.T.E.A.M. Academy and the Young Writers' Program.

SUMMER S.T.E.A.M. ACADEMY

This academy will focus on science, technology, engineering, art and math. Our experienced science instructors will challenge students to explore and understand the different branches of S.T.E.A.M. Students will be immersed in hands-on experiences, mentoring/networking opportunities, and workshops with alumni, current students and local resources. This academy will be taught by Dr. Lorena Harris, Director of the C-STEP (Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program) Program, and Dr. Keylon Cheeseman, Instructor, both of the SUNY SCCC Division of Math, Science, Technology and Health. S.T.E.A.M. Academy will run Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. View a sample schedule here.

Dates and cost for 2018 are TBD


S.T.E.A.M. Academy Instructor

Dr. Lorena Harris

Dr. Lorena Harris is the Director of the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP). She is also an Adjunct Faculty Member teaching in the Division of Math, Science, Technology and Health. Lorena first joined SCCC in 2012 as the Coordinator of the Spanish Lab and was a participant in the Internship Program for the Development of Minority Faculty. Lorena holds a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences and Molecular Biology from Bowling Green State University and a B.S in Biology from the Simon Bolivar University, Venezuela.  





 

YOUNG WRITERS' PROGRAM

Young Writers is an intensive one-week workshop for intellectually curious, highly motivated high school students who value writing. Our goal is to help students develop their creative and critical abilities to become better, more productive writers. Writing workshop sessions involve fun free-writing exercises and responses to prompts. Students have the opportunity to write stories, poetry, personal narratives, reflective passages, and experimental pieces. Sharing and discussing participants’ work is a central part of the workshop. No work is graded. Instead, participants learn to share and edit their work based on feedback from their readers. Through these discussions, writers learn to recognize strengths, potential, and avenues for productive revision. Because good writers are also avid readers, students will also read short stories and poems, which they will discuss and use as inspiration for their own work. Come join us in this lively, supportive environment where you can stretch your talents, discover new strengths, and challenge yourself in the company of other writers who share your interests! This academy will be taught by Megan Cassidy, Assistant Professor in the SUNY SCCC Division of Liberal Arts and published author.

Dates and cost for 2018 are TBD

Young Writers' Program Instructor

Megan CassidyMegan Cassidy is an author and Assistant English Professor originally from Lockport, NY. She teaches Developmental English, Composition, Children’s Literature, American Literature, and Creative Writing at SUNY SCCC. Her first novel Always, Jessiewas published last year and is available from Amazon and other retailers. Megan has also written the soon-to-be published novels The Misadventures of Marvin Millerand Smothered. Her other work has been featured in Pilcrow & Dagger, Wordhaus, The Flash Fiction Press, 100 Words,and Fiction on the Web. You can visit Megan’s website at: www.megancassidyauthor.com.










For costs and more information, please
contact Pam McCall, Director of College and High School Partnerships, at (518) 381-1318 or mccallp@sunysccc.edu.

 

SCCC is an accredited member of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). In order to receive the accreditation, SCCC demonstrated that it adheres to national standards regarding course and faculty approval and program processes. NACEP oversees the accreditation process, and also serves as a network of training and information for all colleges and universities that offer concurrent enrollment programs, such as College in the High School. More information about NACEP and its standards can be found at www.nacep.org. SCCC also is affiliated with and active with NYCEP, a partnership of colleges in New York State that mutually promote and support concurrent enrollment programs.