Spring 2010 - Program at Stanford for students in grades 7-12
Original post made by Karen P on Jan 25, 2010
Stanford Splash - Spring 2010!
April 17th and 18th
Splash! is a program that brings students grades 7-12 (ages 11-18 if home schooled) to Stanford's campus for a two-day learning extravaganza, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Cost: $40 for two days worth of classes. Bring your sibling and get a discount ($20 for the second child)
Classes are taught by Stanford undergraduates, graduate students, and other community members.
These classes can be about anything the teacher finds interesting!
Pre-registration is required.
To find out more information, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or
Check out our Website at Web Link or our Blog at Web Link
Some sample classes from last year include:
Introduction to Figure Drawing Origami for fun! -
Getting the Most out of a College Experience
Type is Cool: Introduction to Font Design
How to Draw ANYTHING: sketch training for life
Finger Knitting 101
Collaging and Poetry
Comiket and the Japanese Doujin Phenomenon
Introduction to Civil Engineering
Designing Our Future
Fluids: Water You Waiting For?
Crash Course on Contemporary Philosophy
Allergies: Food for thought
Introduction to Arabic
Everything You Wanted To Know About Weather And Storms
This is Your Brain
Colonization and Terraformation of Mars
Rubik's cube for beginners
Whack & Sew: Fearless Sewing!
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