is a list of programs run by colleges and universities that our
students are able to register for if interested. Please check back
regularly as we will continue to update this page through out the course
of the year.
Penn State School of Visual Arts
Are you interested in pursuing a degree in Studio Art, Art Education, or Interdisciplinary Digital Studio? Do you like the idea of attending a small art school within a Big Ten University with an outstanding reputation? If so, then the Penn State School of Visual Arts (SoVA) may be the place for you.
A small school of art and design, situated within a large research university, SoVA is pleased to provide students a unique opportunity to work closely with outstanding faculty, access to abundant learning and student support resources, and a caring community of creative thinkers, makers, and educators. SoVA’s students participate in intimate studio courses (approximately 20 students per faculty), complete a number of minors and concurrent majors, study abroad, and are engaged in various student organizations.
To learn more about SoVA, we invite you to attend our Portfolio Day,Monday, October 10, 2016.
During this campus visit you will have the opportunity for an individual portfolio review with our faculty, learn about our various academic programs (Art Education, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts, and Interdisciplinary Digital Studio) and tour our facilities and studios with current SoVA students.
SoVA’s Portfolio Day event will coincide with the College of Arts and Architecture’s Visit Day events running from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm that same day. Click here to register.
For more information about SoVA, please contact email@example.com or(814)865-0444.
The INSPIRE student group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is pleased to invite your school to participate in MIT INSPIRE,
a new national research competition in the arts, humanities, and social
sciences, organized by MIT students, exclusively for high school
first of its kind on a national scale, INSPIRE will enable students to
showcase and present original research in one of thirteen fields,
ranging from anthropology to music, economics, and philosophy. Expert
judges will award prizes for the most outstanding work in each category.
invite your students to participate by submitting entries and competing
for awards. The first deadline, for abstract submission, is on January
7, 2015, so there is still plenty of time for students to work on their
research projects. The final round of the competition will be held at
MIT’s campus in Cambridge, MA from April 7-9, 2015. We have recently
updated our website with new information regarding deadlines,
eligibility criteria, and the application itself. We’ve also provided a
convenient student application handbook for reference. (See getinspired.mit.edu)