Maya Samuels, a comparative arts major at the Arts Academy, was one of only 24 students in the world who attended the Nobel Prize Ceremony as part of the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS).
How does body alignment and proper breath control affect a flute’s sound quality? In an effort to answer this question, students recently participated in one part flute lesson, one part wellness exercise and one part physics experiment.
In October 2010, John Conkling, Ph.D. spoke with chemistry, motion picture and comparative arts students about pyrotechnics and chemical reactions.
This winter, the math and science department is enjoying a rare moment in the spotlight with recognition, and a new $150,000 grant from the science-focused R.B. Annis Foundation of Indianapolis, Indiana.
Interlochen students engage in a full range of college preparatory academics, lead by a dedicated faculty of outstanding educators.
Instructor of Chemistry, Interlochen Arts Academy