In 1945, Dr George Petrie, author of the Auburn Creed, wrote "I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully." In this spirit, Auburn faculty and staff, recognized experts in their fields, are eager to share the best of Auburn and provide a high-quality experience, designed to inspire lifelong learning and develop academic interests in a variety of disciplines, to young adults, not yet in college. Participants will meet students from across the country and experience life at Auburn first-hand. Summer 2012 camps include TIGERS Engineering; Design Workshop (industrial design); Architecture; Building Construction; Fish and Aquaculture; World Affairs (Model United Nations), Veterinary Science; Creative Writing Studio; Project Design Week (fashion and interior design); Musical Theatre; Alabama Humanities Super Emerging Scholars; and the Keystone Center Youth Policy Summit (sustainability). To register or learn more, go to auburn.edu/summercamps or call James Birdsong at (334) 844-5100.