Sign up today for this summer’s SUPER institutes!

Thought you’d missed your chance to sign up for this summer’s SUPER teacher institutes? Well, you haven’t! AHF is still accepting applications until all spaces are filled.

For the past 20 years, AHF has taken a leading role in the advancement of Alabama education with the SUPER (School and University Partners for Educational Renewal) teacher program. This program provides graduate-level, content-rich, professional development of the highest quality to outstanding 4th-12th grade public and private school teachers, school librarians and administrators who wish to expand and deepen their knowledge of a particular subject or theme within the humanities.

SUPER is provided to Alabama educators entirely free of charge. AHF serves annually an average of 300+ teachers of the humanities, social sciences, and arts, in turn, enriching the education of an estimated 45,000 Alabama students. In its 20-year history, SUPER has served more than 4,000 teachers and reached more than 500,000 students.

Spanish Immersion Institute
Mexico and Guatemala in Crisis: An Ethical and Literary Perspective

Led by: Leonor Vázquez-González, Ph.D., University of Montevallo
Site: University of Montevallo, Montevallo
Dates: June 6-8
Residential (Lodging and all meals provided.)
CEUs: 24 contact hours
For more information and forms for this institute, click here.

Vietnam, Vietnamese-Americans and Vietnam at War
Led by: Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr., Ph.D., Troy University
Site: Troy University, Troy
Dates: June 19-24
Residential (Lodging and all meals provided.)
CEUs: 45 contact hours
For more information and forms for this institute, click here.

Transcendentalism Light and Dark: Strategies for Teaching the Writings of Emerson, Thoreau, Poe, Dickinson and Whitman
Led by: Gale Temple, Ph.D., University of Albama Birmingham
Site: Alabama Humanities Foundation, Birmingham
Dates: June 28-30
Three-day non-residential institute (Lodging, breakfast and dinner not provided)
CEUs: 24 contact hours
For more information and forms for this institute, click here.

The Alabama Coast: A Sense of Place
Led by: Frye Gaillard, writer-in-residence, University of South Alabama
Site: Spring Hill College, Mobile
Dates: July 10-15
Residential (Lodging and all meals provided.)
CEUs: 45 contact hours
For more information and forms for this institute, click here.

For more information, see the Programs section of our website.