Summer Institute 2012: Race, Sex, and Equity

The 11th annual Summer Institute explored the concepts of race, sex, and equity through critical analysis of race, gender, sexuality, age, and disability.

This year’s program will featured preeminent sexuality research scholars, sexual rights advocates, and program implementers whose research and advocacy work challenges conventional paradigms around sexuality and racial equity.

Structure:

The Summer Institute is divided into two 2-week sessions, each session earns three academic credits (undergraduate or graduate).  During each of the two weeks, the daily schedule is divided into three “classes”.  The morning CORE lecture combines undergraduate and graduate students and is led by our featured speakers, top academics and researchers from across the US.  The afternoon is split into a project course (one for undergraduate and one for graduate level students) and an elective.  Participants choose their elective on a first come, first serve basis according to registration and payment receipt.

Dates:

Three options are available:

Two-week Session 1: June 18 – June 29, 2012 (3 academic credits)

Two-week Session 2: July 2 – July 13, 2012 (3 academic credits)

Four-week Session: June 18 – July 13, 2012 (6 academic credits)

Tuition and Fees:

Application Fee

$25 (to be included with final application)

Course Fees

The 2012 costs are:

$1575: 2 week session, with 3 academic OR

$950: 2 week session, with 32 CE credits OR

$2400: 4 week session, with 6 academic/64 CE credits OR

$60: 2 hour workshop, with 2 CE credits (red sessions on the schedule) OR

$150: 3 afternoon (6 hour) workshop, with 6 CE credtis (teal sessions on the schedule)