Mount Union College Holds Junior Scholars Program for Local Gifted Students
February 7, 2003
Mount Union College will host the Junior Scholars Program on campus, Friday, February 7.
This is the 17th year for the Mount Union College Junior Scholars Program, where approximately 90 gifted high school juniors and seniors are invited to campus to participate in 90-minute sessions led by Mount Union College faculty.
The College invited nine area high schools, including Alliance, East Canton, Louisville, Malvern, Marlington, Minerva, Sebring McKinley, Waterloo and West Branch.
The sessions will include, "Digital, Mobile, but not Free," led by Dr. Jerome Miskell, assistant professor of music at the College and "Dating in America: Sociological Analysis," led by Dr. Naoko Oyabu-Mathis, professor of sociology at the College.
The goal of the program is to present ideas that are not normally included in the high school curriculum, let gifted students interact with other students of the same ability, to expose students to the academic and intellectual challenges offered on college campuses, and to allow an opportunity for in-depth exploration into a specific interest area.