Summer AP Institute for Teachers

AP Summer Institute for Teachers

 
This year the University of Dallas will hold nine AP Summer Institutes for teachers during the week of July 13 - 16, 2015. Tuition for each of the APSIs is $475. All registration must be completed online this year. We are looking forward to your being with us on the UD campus this summer.
 
During the week of July 13 -17 there will be institutes in the following content areas:

Link to Registration

APSI Subject
Consultant
Art History (Redesign for 2015)  Michelle Pauken 
English Literature and Composition Lyne Weber 
European History (Redesign for 2015) Robert Wade 
Government and Politics - U.S. Lori Dumerer 
Latin Robert Cape, Jr. 
Development in English Lynn Knowles 
Psychology Jill Compher 
Spanish Language and Culture Maria Perez-Bernardo 
World History Paul William Philip

Housing and meals are available for those who wish to stay on campus overnight. The fee for room and board is $300. 

For further information please e-mail Dr. Janette Boazman at Jboazman@udallas.edu  or call 972-264-5714.

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