Concordia University Wisconsin will host its 10th annual STEAM Camp July 9-13 on the university's main campus in Mequon, 12800 North Lake Shore Drive.
Morning and afternoon camps are open to elementary and middle school students entering grades 3-8 this fall. Superhero STEAM will run from 9 a.m.-noon, while CSI 2.0 will be held from 1-4 p.m. Each camp costs $99. Students can attend both of the camps and bring their own lunch.
If you’re fascinated by superheroes and their powers, or what makes a superhero super, this is the camp for you. Students will be exploring the abilities, bodies and gadgets of superheroes and how they defy the laws of nature. Discover the science behind their powers and the animal characteristics that inspire many of their super abilities. When you become equipped with all of this information, you will be able to create your very own superhero.
Are you one who likes to solve problems, especially those suspicious in nature? Then come and join the crime investigation team. As a detective, you will analyze fingerprints, footprints, fabric and soil samples, and explore glass breakage and voice prints. Campers will also be extracting DNA, attempt ink chromatography, conduct handwriting analysis, and examine flame tests. Online tools will be used for data collection and analysis, all in an effort to solve crimes. Discover the updated, technology enhanced world of crime scene investigation, as this premier STEAM camp has been rejuvenated for its 10th anniversary.
Supervision will be provided from 12-1 p.m. for campers attending both sessions. For more information, contact Kathy Kremer at 262-243-4271, or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Further details can also be found on the STEAM website at www.cuw.edu/steam.
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