Registration is open for 2015 Summer Science Camps at Michigan Tech’s Great Lakes Research Center. There are two sessions, one for grades one through three and another for grades four through six.
Grades 1-3: Wonders of Space
Explore the earth and its place in the solar system, investigate the planets, moons and other celestial objects in our galaxy, plus types of stars and other aspects of space–nebulae and black holes. Marvel over the history of space exploration and launch a rocket. Always lots of hands on activities.
Grades 4-6: Science All Around
Investigate a variety of science topics from chemistry to geology, wolf and moose to ecology. Take a trip on Michigan Tech’s research vessel Agassiz to learn about fresh water ecology, visit a limnology lab and engage in many exciting activities. Instructors include Michigan Tech faculty, staff and students.
Sessions are June 16, 17 and 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (students bring their own lunch).
Cost is $120 and space is limited to 20 students. Pay by credit card, space not reserved until payment is received.
Register Online. For more information call 7-3341.
Sponsored by the Western Upper Peninsula Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education.