Summer Sessions from Brandeis Precollege

Summer Residency on Women’s Health

Application Deadline: May 15!

Credit bearing (2 credits) for students who have completed the online Women's Health course. Non credit bearing for students who have completed AP Biology.

Diseases such as HPV, breast cancer, and Zika are global health concerns. Have you ever wondered why these diseases seem to impact women more often than men? How are they diagnosed and when? Vaccinations, screenings and treatments exist for some of these diseases, but are they effective? How do they work and what are the ethical concerns? In this residential course, we will explore the molecular, genetic, medical and clinical basis of several diseases impacting women’s health. We will conduct hands-on laboratories looking at viral structure and assembly, model clinical procedures for diagnosis, be visited by experts in the field, and begin to develop an understanding of how governmental policy is designed surrounding these concerns.

Students will live and learn on the Brandeis University campus, in Brandeis residence halls. The session will end with an individual capstone project. Students who complete both the online and residential portions of this course will be awarded two credits from Brandeis University.

Prerequisite:  AP Biology or our online course Women's Health:  Biology and Wellness

Dates:  July 10 – 17, 2022

Price:  $2190 tuition plus $800 for on-campus room and board

Application Deadline: May 15!

 (Non-credit bearing)

Connect with other motivated teens from around the globe, learn with Brandeis faculty and staff and explore the Brandeis campus during a life-changing summer of learning, experiential programming with a vibrant Jewish community of friends. Our four-week program emphasizes Jewish culture, community and identity. With the help of dedicated community educators and teaching assistants, you’ll explore the unique assets of Brandeis University – its world-class institutes and centers that focus on Jewish learning – while deepening your understanding of Judaism through spiritual practice, mini-courses, community-building activities, social action opportunities, guest workshops and much more.

Explore new perspectives; develop and strengthen your voice; pursue your interests within a dynamic community; and discover how Jewish wisdom, study and practice can inform the way you work towards a more just world. You’ll make lifelong friends, connect with amazing Jewish thought leaders, and experience life on the extraordinary Brandeis campus.

Discounts available for Brandeis alumni.  Limited scholarships available - apply by April 1 for priority consideration.  Contact us if you live in the NYC boroughs or Long Island for a special funding pool.

Genesis:  July 5 - July 31.  $5535 including room and board.

Genesis Scholarship Deadline: April 1

Residential Programs Application Deadline: May 15