Summer Camps

CSI Camp at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza Gives Youth Groups a Chance to Discover Whodunit!
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Wed, Jun 8, 2011

June 08, 2011 04:15 PM�Eastern Daylight Time DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Was it a burglary or an attempted kidnapping, a hit and run or an identity theft? Youll find out and solve it all at CSI Camp at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza! This unique learning experience for ages 8+ gives youth groups, camp groups, summer schools and home school families a chance to investigate a mock crime scene. Participants will receive an Evidence Collection Guide and crime-solving kit to help solve the mystery. Students from the University of North Texas Forensic Science Club will be...

UNT to host camp communicate and future bilingual teachers academy
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Tue, Jun 7, 2011

The mercury is rising and the schedule at the University of North Texas is heating up, signaling that summer is upon us. This week several unique UNT summer programs will get under way; including Camp Communicate, a program for children with communications disorders who may not otherwise be able enjoy the summer camp experience, and the Future Bilingual Teachers Academy, a program designed to educate Fort Worth ISD students about the ins-and-outs of bilingual education: Camp Communicate is a fun?filled summer day camp experience designed for...

UNT to Offer a Variety of Programs this Summer
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Fri, Jun 3, 2011

The University of North Texas issued the following news release: The University of North Texas offers summer programs to fit the needs and interests of North Texans, from innovative science programs to inspiring arts and humanities programs. For your convenience, we have included a list of UNT summer highlights below. The list is in chronological order by program start date. For more information on any of these summer programs, contact Alyssa Yancey at Alyssa.Yancey@unt.edu or 940-565-3510....

Local musicians inspire talented Plano youth
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Sun, Oct 3, 2010

While many public schools are fighting to hang onto their arts curriculum, one area couple works to make sure kids can receive their music education regardless of their financial ability. Marc Solomon graduated from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing Arts in Dallas and made a name for himself in the Dallas music scene. According to his website, during several recording and touring projects in Austin, Los Angeles and New York, Solomon penned somewhere close to 300 songs and worked with musicians as diverse as Tommy Stinson and Sean Diddy Combs. Mary Armstrong is a graduate of The New School University in New York...

UNT Robocamp for Girls wins Tech Titan award
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Wed, Sep 1, 2010

DENTON (UNT), Texas -- The College of Engineerings Summer Robocamp for Girls at the University of North Texas won the Metroplex Tech Titan of the Future-University Level award, which recognizes higher education institutions that encourage students to choose engineering and technology-related disciplines. Now in its sixth year, the Robocamp for Girls is a free, weeklong day camp for high school-aged girls hosted at UNTs Discovery Park campus each summer. The camp features numerous hands-on activities and experiments in robotics, engineering design, critical thinking and computer...