Scholar Launch Research Practicum provides 9-12th graders anywhere in the world the opportunity to work with university professors and scholars and produce unique, impactful product in any subject. During the program, you will learn advanced knowledge and research methodologies as well as earn recognition for your research by publishing your results on reputable journals and platforms.
We have group programs that include:
1. The American Short Story: Critical Reading and Critical Thinking for those interested in literature, critical thinking, and/or integrated humanities
2. Myth and Ritual: From Zeus to Iron Man for students interested in popular culture, the history of religions, sociology and/or media studies.
3. Comparative Literature and World Literature: How Literature Shaped History, Society, and Civilization for students interested in comparative literature, world literature, and/or English writing.
4. Writing for Change: Influence, Lead and Create through Public Writing for those who would like to be leaders, who are drawn to activism and hope to evolve their approaches, and/or who are passionate about reflecting on the current world's affairs.
Spots are limited so don't delay. To find out more such as our start/end date, costs, and how to sign up, be sure to check out our website!