"Understanding Sustainability from the Ground Up: The World of Water" is a free Summer Science Camp that will introduce students entering grades 6, 7, and 8 to the concept of sustainability by focusing their attention on water, a resource many may take for granted. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the human impact on the environment while being exposed to exciting careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Students will attend daily classes in natural science, engineering, mathematics, and technology, all taught by qualified instructors. Activities will also include laboratory experiments, group projects, field excursions, and guest speakers who will offer guidance in college preparation and career choices. On-campus housing in Foster Residence Hall, all meals, and all other camp costs will be provided free of charge.
See http://www.indiana.edu/~dema/bhssc.shtml for registration and more details.
Indiana University Summer Science Camp: July 12 -24
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