We are happy to share great news with the 9th and 10th-grades students –
we announce the additional application round for the Endless Futures and Human Limitations summer school.
The school will be held from June 28 to July 2 and entirely in English. The best participants will receive additional points to the USE scores to enter SAS.
The educational formats will include group work, workshops, discussions, film screenings, as well as seminars with SAS professors from different countries, who received their education at the world’s best universities.
The seminars’ topics are:
- Louis Vervoort, Breaking the Free Will Illusion;
- Andrey Shcherbenok, Contemporary Higher Education in Russia and the World;
- Corinne Doria, Freaks, Monsters, Miracles of Nature;
- Daniel Kontowski, Who Should Design Education: the School, the World, or Yourself?;
- Erika Wolf, Dada Cyborgs;
- Jay Silverstein, The Utopian Ideal of the Zombie Apocalypse;
- Julie Reshe, Evolutionary Monsters;
- Marko Turk, Is My Professor a Monster?;
- Siyaves Azeri, The Specter of Capital: Zombies, Vampires, and Machines;
- Tomasz Blusiewicz, The Unsolved Mysteries of World War II.
In order to participate in the preliminary round, you need to send the following application to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 23, 23:59 (Tyumen time):
Your brief CV stating your full name (including patronymic) in Russian and your family and first name in English, as well as your birth date, your grade and school’s number, city, email, phone number and achievements.
A 90-second video in English on one of the following topics:
– What made you the way you are?
– How do you fit or do not fit in the city you live in?
There is no participation fee. Meals and lodging will be covered by SAS.