Duke University Talent Identification Program—Field Studies and Institutes

 

Overview

With content similar to a college field course, each Duke TIP field study combines an array of activities that may include discussions, research projects, field work and presentations. Program destinations, which vary each summer, consist of both domestic and international locations. Field courses incorporate the surroundings to enrich the learning experience. Institutes, held on the Duke campus, enable boys and girls to preview college life as they study university-level material and attend college admissions workshops. Each field study or institute explores a distinct program focus.

General Info

Name Duke University Talent Identification Program—Field Studies and Institutes
Location Durham, NC
Year-round Contacts 919-668-9100
Program Focuses & Features Archaeology, Economics, Law, Leadership, Math, Medicine/Healthcare, Science
Grade Range (rising grades) 10-PG
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 15-18
Application Deadline March
Director Nicki Charles, Director
Residential Fee $3650 (+airfare), 2 weeks.
Year Established 1980
Dates & Sessions June-Aug; 18 sessions, 2 weeks long

Contact

Nicki Charles, Director
919-668-9100