Westmoreland Intermediate Unit 7
Advanced Placement Summer Institute
Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, Pennsylvania
July 10-13, 2017
The 2017 WIU AP® Summer Institute
The Westmoreland Intermediate Unit 7 AP® Summer Institute at Saint Vincent College will offer challenging AP® professional development courses that enhance the teaching of advanced topics in AP®. The institute is administered by the WIU7 Curriculum Services Division and endorsed by the Middle States Region of the College Board®.
ABOUT WESTMORELAND INTERMEDIATE UNIT 7
- The Westmoreland Intermediate Unit 7 (WIU7), a regional educational service agency near Pittsburgh, operates as premier leading experts for providing curriculum, special education, technology, human resource and financial services across western Pennsylvania.
- Locally, the WIU7 represents the following school districts: Belle Vernon Area, Burrell, Derry Area, Franklin Regional, Greater Latrobe, Greensburg Salem, Hempfield Area, Jeannette City, Kiski Area, Ligonier Valley, Mount Pleasant Area, Monessen City, New Kensington-Arnold, Norwin, Penn Trafford, Southmoreland, and Yough.
- Regionally expansive, WIU7 extends opportunities for educators and students, providing innovative programming such as the Advanced Placement Summer Institute, across the tri-state area.
ABOUT SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE
- Saint Vincent Archabbey and College was founded in 1846 by Boniface Wimmer, a monk from the Benedictine Abbey of Metten in Bavaria. From modest beginnings the college grew rapidly, and on April 18, 1870 the State Legislature of Pennsylvania incorporated the school. On Saint Vincent College's 200-acre campus, you'll find people who inspire you and opportunities that invite you. Saint Vincent College observed the 170th anniversary of its founding in 2016 with activities and events which recognized the rich history and heritage of Saint Vincent, while focusing attention on planning and preparing for the future.
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