After a year’s hiatus, the Department of Theatre and Dance’s acclaimed Summer Spotlight was back in action this summer.
Some 77 children had the chance to participate in Summer Spotlight’s Creative Drama Camp July 11 -16 and the week before, 40 children participated in either the “Mini Spotlighters” camp for ages 4 -7 or COMICAMP….
At Troy University, a group of teenagers and teachers are immersing themselves in a new culture.
TROY-STAR Summer Camp is a two-week immersive program where 24 high school students and 12 teachers are learning more about the Chinese language and culture. The camp is directed by TROY professors Dr. Rui Feng and Dr. Iris Xu.
Registration is ongoing for the second annual Civic Heroes virtual summer camp, offered by Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement.
The free camp is designed for rising fourth-through-sixth-grade students who have a knack for serving their neighbors, learning how to tackle community challenges, or who are simply looking for fun activities this summer.
Troy University’s Center for International Languages and Cultures (CILC) is hosting the 11th annual TROY-STAR Chinese Summer Camp on campus this June.
TROY-STAR’s mission is to increase the number of Americans learning, speaking and teaching critically needed foreign languages. By offering students creative and engaging summer experiences, TROY-STAR aims to form a community of practice…