Classes, camps, programs and more during "Summer at St. Ambrose"!
Interim term: May 20 - June 7
Regular term: June 10 - July 19
Graduate and ACCEL adult learner term ends Aug. 16
Summer 2013 courses include: accounting (undergraduate and graduate), art history, business administration (graduate), chemistry, computer information systems, criminal justice (graduate), education (undergraduate and graduate), engineering (in Brazil), English, history, kinesiology, music, natural science, nursing, occupational therapy (graduate), organizational leadership (graduate), pastoral theology (graduate), philosophy, physical therapy (doctoral), psychology, social work (graduate), speech-language pathology (graduate), statistics, theatre and theology.
Certificate in Youth Ministry Studies
June 6-9 Session
July 11-14 Session
Gain the knowledge, skills, practical tools and techniques needed for creative and comprehensive youth ministry in both parish and school settings! The integrated formation program leads to a Certificate in Youth Ministry Studies or can be used as enrichment or continuing education, or taken on a course-by-course basis. Team discounts available. For more information, click on the links above or contact Chris Clow at 563/333-6189, or by email.
Health Careers Adventure Camp
For students entering 7th or 8th grade
A fun, information-filled day camp allows students to experience the challenges, opportunities and rewards of health professions through hands-on learning sessions provided by faculty and practicing clinicians. For more information, contact Alisa Rusch by email or phone, 563/333-5892, or click on the link above.
For more information, click on the link above.
Young Writer's Camp
Monday-Friday, 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Young writers will explore and create personal writing in a relaxed atmosphere among supportive peer authors while developing a community of writers. Participants will experiment with a variety of creative techniques and celebrate their work through a published anthology of writing. For more information, contact Dick Hanzelka at 563/333-6380 or by email. Or click on the title link above to download a flyer.
Summer Reading Clinic
June 24 - July 19
Monday-Friday, 9:45-11 a.m
For students experiencing issues with reading/writing development. Clinic includes assessment of appropriate reading level, as well as strengths and needs in the areas of comprehension, phonics, sight words, fluency, spelling and writing. Tutors will meet with parents/guardians on the last day to review diagnostic results, methods of instruction, and recommendations for continued support. For more information, contact Deanna Stoube.
School of Education Summer Institute on the Project Approach
July 30 - Aug. 2
An institute for educators who are new to the Project Approach or who would like to deepen their understanding of it. Participants will go over fundamentals of project work, explore challenges such as topic selection and documentation, and work together on a project from phase one through culmination. Participants will tour a school that uses the Project Approach and will receive a Projects in Practice binder.
Institute fee is based on double- or single occupancy and includes meals, snacks, parking, conference materials and lodging in an air-conditioned residence hall ($675, double) or ($695, single). Enrollment is limited to 50. Acceptance is based on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, please contact Sallee Beneke at or Debra Brownson.