SUE ROSE SUMMER TEACHERS’ INSTITUTE FOR DALLAS-FORT WORTH K-12 EDUCATORS
The Dallas Institute’s nationally renowned, 39th annual teachers’ institute, endowed by Edward W. “Rusty” and Deedie Rose.
A transformative immersion in ancient and modern epics – from Homer to Dante to Frederick Douglass.
- All texts provided free of charge
- Catered breakfast and lunch provided each day
- Uninterrupted time for thinking, conversing, and writing
- Professional development certification – up to 98 continuing education hours
- Up to 6 hours of graduate credit (in partnership with the University of Dallas)
Texts include: The Iliad | The Odyssey | The Aeneid | The Divine Comedy | The Mwindo Epic | The Mahabharata | Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass | Moby-Dick
July 3-21, 8:30am-4pm (no class on July 4)
Options for mandatory Orientation (at which teachers receive their free books and begin their discussion):
Venue: The Dallas Institute of Humanities & Culture
Sunday, March 26 1-4pm
Saturday, April 15 1-4pm
Venue: The Dallas Institute’s Stroud House
FULL SCHOLARSHIP FOR TEACHERS!
Space is limited. Sign up now to reserve your spot!
Registrants can download the readings for Rose Windows as PDFs via the link below: