25th Annual Summer Literacy Institute: K-8/K-12 Celebrating Literacy for 25 years: honoring our past, envisioning our future July 7-10, 2015, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. on July 10) In partnership with the Minnesota Reading Association Celebrate with us at Hamline's 25th annual Summer Literacy Institute. Learn alongside your peers and with national literacy experts exploring issues in K-8 and K-12 literacy education. Featured Presenters Summer Literacy Institute was first held in 1991, since that time, it has featured more than 100 nationally-renowned speakers to lead conversations on current topics and issues in literacy education. Highlights from the Past 25 Years This year, don’t miss our amazing line up of featured presenters during this extraordinary week: Tuesday, July 7: Ralph Fletcher, author of many bestselling teacher professional books and more than 20 books for children and young adults Wednesday, July 8: Katherine Bomer, published poet and essayist, keynote speaker, workshop presenter, and literacy coach Thursday, July 9: Nell Duke, professor of literacy, language, and culture and a faculty affiliate in the combined program in education and psychology at the University of Michigan Friday, July 10: Jacqueline Woodson, writer of books for children and adolescents and winner of the 2014 National Book Award winner in the Young People's Literature category for her book Brown Girl Dreaming Rates $445 Early-Bird Conference Rate (Register by June 8, 2015) $495 Regular Conference Rate $150 Two graduate credits If space remains, one-day registrations will be available for $150 per day. Registration Current and former Hamline students who know their Hamline ID and password can register online through Piperline. Register Online Alternate Ways to Register If you have never taken a class at Hamline or if you have but do not know your Hamline ID and password, register through one of these two ways: Request registration through the online form. Complete the paper form and mail or fax your registration. Parking Parking is free in all university lots during the summer (except for the Anderson Center ramp, which has an hourly charge). Please observe the restricted or no parking spaces. Street parking is available on the sides streets adjacent to Snelling.