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UNG Summer Honors

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(UNG: University of North Georgia)

(UNG Summer Honors features

  • high-achieving highschoolers
  • college-level academics
  • leadership experiences
  • outdoor challenges
  • lessons in etiquette)

Robb Sinn, Professor of math, Director of Summer Honors: Our students experience college academics and the focus is on undergraduate research experiences. For example, while they were at Mount Yonah rock climbing and rappelling they were collecting data that they were able to take two days later to the geographical information systems lab and actually analyze that data.

Avery Mosley, Archer High School, Lawrenceville: It's definitely getting me excited for college. You know, the freedom that we have. And the classes like they're very interesting and I'm pretty excited now.

Todd Synder, Archer High School, Lawrenceville: Definitely coming to UNG has equipped me with more skills about leading than I initially came in with, so that's a pretty good thing. I'm also learning different concepts as we go along because we are being taught different courses.

Alexandra Franklin, River Ridge High, Woodstock: This has been a one-of-a-kind experience. I have loved everything about it. The leaders that I have met here, the facilitators I've met here. It has been one of the best experiences. The people you meet, the things you do, the challenges that you're faced with have been absolutely amazing. I can't even describe it.

Sinn: At Summer Honors we believe you learn leadership by being on a team and accomplishing something. So all of these different activities in camp come together to give participants just a great leadership experience

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(Copyright University of North Georgia July 2016)


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