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ALERT: In summer 2019 we will offer a week long day camp. Contact jm12@iu.edu for more details. Dates will be June 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 2019.

Spring 2019
2nd Grade
Class Information
Session
Art in Math
B
Holman, Valerie
Does your child enjoy colors, numbers, shapes and lines? They will discover their own version of Picasso, Pythagoras or DaVinci while merging math and art to create their own masterpieces. In this course they will discover the art in math and vice versa. (Taught by a local elementary teacher)
Campus Chefs
A
Porter, Raymond
Campus Chefs has a new head chef this session but will still be the same great class. At least two dishes will be prepared and then there will be a creative thinking part of the class to learn such important kitchen functions as measurement, etc. This class always is a blast. Can get a bit messy so you might want to send an apron for your child. (Taught by local elementary school teacher)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
Operation Egg Drop
A
McCowan, Gina
Students will use their ingenuity and creativity to create a device that will attempt to protect an egg dropped from a great height. Teaches children forces, motion and gravity. Also taps into their creative engineering skills to design their device. (Taught by a local elementary school teacher)
Path to Engineering
B
Eiler, Ronda
Same name, different projects each session. This class will have students using everyday materials and their own creativity to design and engineer some very exciting projects. Participants will design, build and test their creations during our STEM challenges. This program encourages critical thinking, creativity and diversity. (Taught by a local teacher certified in GT education)
3rd Grade
Class Information
Session
Art in Math
B
Holman, Valerie
Does your child enjoy colors, numbers, shapes and lines? They will discover their own version of Picasso, Pythagoras or DaVinci while merging math and art to create their own masterpieces. In this course they will discover the art in math and vice versa. (Taught by a local elementary teacher)
Campus Chefs
A
Porter, Raymond
Campus Chefs has a new head chef this session but will still be the same great class. At least two dishes will be prepared and then there will be a creative thinking part of the class to learn such important kitchen functions as measurement, etc. This class always is a blast. Can get a bit messy so you might want to send an apron for your child. (Taught by local elementary school teacher)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
Operation Egg Drop
A
McCowan, Gina
Students will use their ingenuity and creativity to create a device that will attempt to protect an egg dropped from a great height. Teaches children forces, motion and gravity. Also taps into their creative engineering skills to design their device. (Taught by a local elementary school teacher)
Path to Engineering
B
Eiler, Ronda
Same name, different projects each session. This class will have students using everyday materials and their own creativity to design and engineer some very exciting projects. Participants will design, build and test their creations during our STEM challenges. This program encourages critical thinking, creativity and diversity. (Taught by a local teacher certified in GT education)
4th Grade
Class Information
Session
Art in Math
A
Holman, Valerie
Does your child enjoy colors, numbers, shapes and lines? They will discover their own version of Picasso, Pythagoras or DaVinci while merging math and art to create their own masterpieces. In this course they will discover the art in math and vice versa. (Taught by a local elementary teacher)
Competitive STEM
B
Porter, Raymond
You hear of doing STEM learning in school but come join us in some STEM races and challenges for lots of fun. Games, Winners, Prizes, Fun and all kinds of engineering learning. Don't miss out. (Taught by a local elementary teacher)
Engineering a Bridge
B
Vaughn, Sarah & Bilyeu, Brandie
Students will be able to construct a bridge to withstand earthquakes and high winds along with weight being added. (Taught by local school teachers)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
Operation Egg Drop  Closed
B
Session B has been Closed
McCowan, Gina
Students will use their ingenuity and creativity to create a device that will attempt to protect an egg dropped from a great height. Teaches children forces, motion and gravity. Also taps into their creative engineering skills to design their device. (Taught by a local elementary school teacher)
Path to Engineering
A
Eiler, Ronda
Same name, different projects each session. This class will have students using everyday materials and their own creativity to design and engineer some very exciting projects. Participants will design, build and test their creations during our STEM challenges. This program encourages critical thinking, creativity and diversity. (Taught by a local teacher certified in GT education)
5th Grade
Class Information
Session
Art in Math
A
Holman, Valerie
Does your child enjoy colors, numbers, shapes and lines? They will discover their own version of Picasso, Pythagoras or DaVinci while merging math and art to create their own masterpieces. In this course they will discover the art in math and vice versa. (Taught by a local elementary teacher)
Competitive STEM
B
Porter, Raymond
You hear of doing STEM learning in school but come join us in some STEM races and challenges for lots of fun. Games, Winners, Prizes, Fun and all kinds of engineering learning. Don't miss out. (Taught by a local elementary teacher)
Engineering a Bridge
B
Vaughn, Sarah & Bilyeu, Brandie
Students will be able to construct a bridge to withstand earthquakes and high winds along with weight being added. (Taught by local school teachers)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
Operation Egg Drop  Closed
B
Session B has been Closed
McCowan, Gina
Students will use their ingenuity and creativity to create a device that will attempt to protect an egg dropped from a great height. Teaches children forces, motion and gravity. Also taps into their creative engineering skills to design their device. (Taught by a local elementary school teacher)
Path to Engineering
A
Eiler, Ronda
Same name, different projects each session. This class will have students using everyday materials and their own creativity to design and engineer some very exciting projects. Participants will design, build and test their creations during our STEM challenges. This program encourages critical thinking, creativity and diversity. (Taught by a local teacher certified in GT education)
6th Grade
Class Information
Session
Art in Math
A
Holman, Valerie
Does your child enjoy colors, numbers, shapes and lines? They will discover their own version of Picasso, Pythagoras or DaVinci while merging math and art to create their own masterpieces. In this course they will discover the art in math and vice versa. (Taught by a local elementary teacher)
Competitive STEM
B
Porter, Raymond
You hear of doing STEM learning in school but come join us in some STEM races and challenges for lots of fun. Games, Winners, Prizes, Fun and all kinds of engineering learning. Don't miss out. (Taught by a local elementary teacher)
Engineering a Bridge
B
Vaughn, Sarah & Bilyeu, Brandie
Students will be able to construct a bridge to withstand earthquakes and high winds along with weight being added. (Taught by local school teachers)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
Operation Egg Drop  Closed
B
Session B has been Closed
McCowan, Gina
Students will use their ingenuity and creativity to create a device that will attempt to protect an egg dropped from a great height. Teaches children forces, motion and gravity. Also taps into their creative engineering skills to design their device. (Taught by a local elementary school teacher)
Path to Engineering
A
Eiler, Ronda
Same name, different projects each session. This class will have students using everyday materials and their own creativity to design and engineer some very exciting projects. Participants will design, build and test their creations during our STEM challenges. This program encourages critical thinking, creativity and diversity. (Taught by a local teacher certified in GT education)
7th Grade
Class Information
Session
Exploring the Art of Comics
B
Vance, Daniel
An afternoon analyzing the history and evolution of comic book art. Attending students will learn basic comic illustration and visual storytelling techniques, and take the first steps towards creating their own comics. (Taught by a professional graphic artist specializing in comic art)
Graphic Design
B
Yeoh, Kok Cheow
Interested in being a visual communicator? Graphic Design is about understanding and applying the fundamental elements and principles of design within a given context for an audience. As such, students are introduced to basic design knowledge and relevant software (Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop) to explore how to convey meaning through typography and graphics. At the end of the session, you will create a logo and digitally apply it to two relevant items such as a wearable and a business card to promote something unique about yourself. This is a GT level class. (Taught by IUS Faculty)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
How to Use A Microscope  Closed
A
Session A has been Closed
Vaughn, Sarah & Bilyeu, Brandie
Students will not only learn how to use a microscope properly, but how to professionally prepare a slide with a specimen. A great class for the budding scientist. (Taught by local teachers)
8th Grade
Class Information
Session
Exploring the Art of Comics
B
Vance, Daniel
An afternoon analyzing the history and evolution of comic book art. Attending students will learn basic comic illustration and visual storytelling techniques, and take the first steps towards creating their own comics. (Taught by a professional graphic artist specializing in comic art)
Graphic Design
B
Yeoh, Kok Cheow
Interested in being a visual communicator? Graphic Design is about understanding and applying the fundamental elements and principles of design within a given context for an audience. As such, students are introduced to basic design knowledge and relevant software (Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop) to explore how to convey meaning through typography and graphics. At the end of the session, you will create a logo and digitally apply it to two relevant items such as a wearable and a business card to promote something unique about yourself. This is a GT level class. (Taught by IUS Faculty)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
How to Use A Microscope  Closed
A
Session A has been Closed
Vaughn, Sarah & Bilyeu, Brandie
Students will not only learn how to use a microscope properly, but how to professionally prepare a slide with a specimen. A great class for the budding scientist. (Taught by local teachers)
9th Grade
Class Information
Session
Exploring the Art of Comics
B
Vance, Daniel
An afternoon analyzing the history and evolution of comic book art. Attending students will learn basic comic illustration and visual storytelling techniques, and take the first steps towards creating their own comics. (Taught by a professional graphic artist specializing in comic art)
Graphic Design
B
Yeoh, Kok Cheow
Interested in being a visual communicator? Graphic Design is about understanding and applying the fundamental elements and principles of design within a given context for an audience. As such, students are introduced to basic design knowledge and relevant software (Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop) to explore how to convey meaning through typography and graphics. At the end of the session, you will create a logo and digitally apply it to two relevant items such as a wearable and a business card to promote something unique about yourself. This is a GT level class. (Taught by IUS Faculty)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
How to Use A Microscope  Closed
A
Session A has been Closed
Vaughn, Sarah & Bilyeu, Brandie
Students will not only learn how to use a microscope properly, but how to professionally prepare a slide with a specimen. A great class for the budding scientist. (Taught by local teachers)
10th Grade
Class Information
Session
Exploring the Art of Comics
B
Vance, Daniel
An afternoon analyzing the history and evolution of comic book art. Attending students will learn basic comic illustration and visual storytelling techniques, and take the first steps towards creating their own comics. (Taught by a professional graphic artist specializing in comic art)
Graphic Design
B
Yeoh, Kok Cheow
Interested in being a visual communicator? Graphic Design is about understanding and applying the fundamental elements and principles of design within a given context for an audience. As such, students are introduced to basic design knowledge and relevant software (Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop) to explore how to convey meaning through typography and graphics. At the end of the session, you will create a logo and digitally apply it to two relevant items such as a wearable and a business card to promote something unique about yourself. This is a GT level class. (Taught by IUS Faculty)
Hands On Archaeology
A
Drs, Claudia Crump, C.Bradford Griggs, Faye Camahalan
Youngsters of all ages will become amateur archaeologists! They will examine sandbox sites with hidden treasures buried for careful extraction, plus records with many varied mapping skills incorporated. After receiving a mystery artifact, small groups will examine and learn to "read" artifacts. Then questions will be presented for which materials to search the answer will be provided. After this students will be ready to take virtual walks around the world by examining authentic artifacts representing six cultural areas. Taking what they have learned globally, students will walk on a giant world map as they share what they have learned. Students registered for this class will take part in the video taping of the class to promote the Cultural Center for Resources. (Taught by Dr. Claudia Crump, Dr. C.Bradford Griggs, and Dr. Faye Camahalan)
How to Use A Microscope  Closed
A
Session A has been Closed
Vaughn, Sarah & Bilyeu, Brandie
Students will not only learn how to use a microscope properly, but how to professionally prepare a slide with a specimen. A great class for the budding scientist. (Taught by local teachers)

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Spring Break

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March 25th, 2019
to
March 31st, 2019

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Chancellor's Medallion Dinner

Chancellor's Medallion Dinner

April 6th, 2019

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

IUS Internship & Career Fair

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April 11th, 2019

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Healthcare Fair

Healthcare Fair

April 11th, 2019

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Power Up Your Morning: A small business lecture series

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April 12th, 2019

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Last Day of Spring Classes

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April 22nd, 2019

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May 7th, 2019

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