Camp Nova at NSU University School offers a variety of summer programs for students in kindergarten to grade 11, and provides campers with a summer full of smiles, fun with new friends, and amazing memories.
The fun begins on Monday, June 8, 2020!
REMINDER: Early Bird Discount ends April 17
You don’t have to wait until medical school to live the life of medical student. If you dream of becoming one of the world’s next physicians, or even if you’re just curious about health care, consider attending Nova Southeastern University’s AIM-High (Achieve in Medicine) camp in the July 2020 (Session I – July 12 – 18, Session II – July 19 – 25) Check it out on Instagram – @nsucommunityeducation or visit NSU’S Achieve in Medicine (AIM-High) on Facebook.
For more information, contact Melissa Felix at email@example.com or (954) 262-1143, or click here to visit the website.
This past June, the Halmos College welcomed 18 students from South Broward High School’s Ocean STEM summer camp to the Oceanographic Campus. These students worked with Halmos faculty and graduate students to understand the life cycle of hard corals, how to maintain corals in an aquaculture setting, mapping corals on the ocean floor, identifying soft corals in the lab, and working with a 3D scanner.
As well as their time at the Oceanographic Campus, these students visited the Marine Environmental Education Center to meet “Captain” and learn about sea turtles. At the Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus, they met with faculty and staff to learn about environmental sampling and identifying what they found.
The week culminated with a day-long shark tagging trip sponsored in part by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida. Unfortunately, even after a hard day of laying out bait and pulling in the drum lines, we were unable to catch a shark.
The OSTEM camp is an innovative summer program designed to allow students to explore careers in the marine field and do research investigations centered on marine and aquatic environments.
Join Head Coach Brian Rosen, the NSU Volleyball Coaching Staff, and members of the NSU Women’s Volleyball Team as they host volleyball camps in the Rick Case Arena. Camps are the week of July 8-14 and there are four different camps to choose from for grades 5-12. Evening and day camps available.
For more information and to register visit: https://www.nsuvolleyballcamps.com/
SEE YOUR CHILD LIVE ON THE BIG STAGE
Get in on the Act for the Ultimate Theater Camp Experience
Discover the star within! Don’t miss the fun when the curtain rises for a summer filled with the excitement and magic of live musical theater. As a world-class performance arts center and leader in the development of arts-integrated learning for our youth, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts is thrilled to again partner with The Performance Project School of the Arts for our popular theater camp experience.
Under the direction of artistic professional and teaching veteran Nina Felice, campers gain hands-on experience in musical theater, acting, dance, voice and technical production. With three locations, two sessions and age-specific groups and shows, there is no reason to miss out on the fun. Each session culminates with a live performance in the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center. Plus, every camper performs because everyone is cast in the show. As they experience the joy of live musical theater, campers build self-confidence, engage their imaginations and learn the importance of teamwork.
Date: Summer 2019
Venue: The Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center
Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM
Early drop-off (8 AM – 9 AM) and late pickup (4 PM – 6 PM) are available.
NSU Faculty, Staff, and Student Discount Available!
Please call 954.414.6904
For more information and how to register please visit:
NSU’s Multimedia Camp will take place June 17 – June 29, 2019 on our Fort Lauderdale/Davie Campus and offer’s residential and commuter opportunities for campers. Students can choose from three tracks: Film Making, Digital Arts, and Broadcast/Print Journalism.
We provide personalized instruction based on the camper’s skill level. Campers will spend seven fun-filled days working alongside upper-level university students, faculty, and industry professionals to improve or learn new skills through hands-on and project based learning experiences. Students will have the opportunity to form new friendships, build confidence, and gain networking skills, while creating digital content for their portfolio. In addition, campers will have the opportunity to present their work to family and friends during our Multimedia Exhibit on the last day of camp.
For more information, visit https://www.nova.edu/studentmedia/multimediacamp/ or email NSUstudentmedia@nova.edu.
High school students with an interest in neuroscience can get a step ahead in research by signing up for the College of Psychology’s two-week neuroscience summer training program, which runs from June 17-28, 2019.
The program, now in its sixth year, gives students a hands-on opportunity to conduct experiments, attend faculty lectures, and present the results of their research at a poster session. The theme for 2019 is sports neuroscience and is a collaboration between the College of Psychology and the Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences. Faculty members from both colleges are collaborating on research on this topic.
“The students will be able to participate in lab activities in the neuroscience lab and the exercise science lab. Along with experiments where they learn about action potentials and basic brain anatomy, they will also learn about exercise science techniques, such as measures of muscle activation and body composition,” said Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Jaime Tartar, Ph.D., one of the program’s co-organizers.
The two-week program is open to high school students who will be entering their junior or senior year in fall 2019. The program costs $250, which includes registration/processing and tuition. Registration will be on a rolling basis until the cap of 20 students is reached. Students must submit their $50 registration by May 10, with final payment of the $200 tuition due May 27.
For information and application forms, visit https://psychology.nova.edu/undergraduate/behavioral-neuroscience/summer-training-program.html
Camp Nova is open to students in kindergarten through grade 11. Students can spend their summer creating unique arts and crafts, improving their sports skills, learning to become junior marine biologists, designing video games, working with innovative technology, and so much more. Camp Nova includes weekly field trips, events, and exciting off-campus and in-house activities. Students can also choose to participate in a specialty camp.
For more information visit: https://www.uschool.nova.edu/summer
Fresh off its fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, Nova Southeastern and women’s soccer head coach John Constable have announced the dates for their Elite ID camps and Junior Sharks camps on the NSU campus this summer. FULL RELEASE
Know a high school student interested in science or medicine? Help set them on the right path to “Achieve in Medicine” with the Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine AIM-High camp. Participants learn suturing, intubation procedures, work with high-tech robotic mannequins, 3-D printing and augmented reality; become certified in CPR, and much, much more. Don’t miss a chance to secure a place in the NSU AIM-High medical school immersion program. Spots are limited and filling up fast!!
For more information, click here.