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Summer Camps 2018

STEM Outreach Day Camps June 26 – 28 , 2018,   9 AM – 4 PM daily on the UWO campus in Halsey Science Center

These are fun, hands-on day camps for girls and boys entering grades 2 – 5. Cost is $40 for each one-day session.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018 :: THAT’S GROSS!  If it’s squishy, sticky, or downright disgusting we’ll explore it.  Get messy and bring home several gooey slimes and plenty of other things to gross out your parents.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 :: BUILD IT – With the help of local engineers, you will design, build, and test contraptions including rockets, cars, bridges, and more!

Thursday, June 28, 2018 :: LET’S GROW – It’s time to get dirty!  Dig into what makes plants grow and thrive, then make an herb garden to take home.


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First Lego League Bootcamp:  July 23 – 26, 2018,   9 AM – 3 PM daily on the UWO campus

(We have reached capacity for Session I,  July 16 – 19, 2018; the following application is for Session II)

This is a camp for girls and boys entering grades 4 – 8. No prior Lego League experience needed.

The camp is designed to be a fun and hands-on learning experience where students:
*explore the CORE values of First Lego League (FLL)
*acquire research skills to assist them in collecting information about the 2018/19 topic “Into Orbit”
*and meet with professionals in space exploration

To submit an application please complete the information at this link:

Camp organizers will contact all applicants after April 8 to let them know of their application status.


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Basics in Forensic Anthropology Methods:  June 13, 2018,   9 AM – 3 PM  the UWO campus;  $65

This one-day, hands-on course introduces high school students to how forensic anthropologists can contribute to death investigations.  Topics covered include estimating sex, race and age;  determining the cause and manner of death; determining forensic significance and estimating postmortem interval.  The course includes short instructional lectures, hands-on activities and quizzes for each topic.

Pizza and soda will be provided for lunch.

Space is limited to 24 partcipants

This camp is being offered by the Forensic Anthropology Institute and Dr. Jordan Karsten.


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