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Science-U camps offered virtually this summer

Registration is now open; camps for elementary through high school
9 June 2021
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Registration is now open for Science-U, the annual summer camp hosted by the Penn State Eberly College of Science, which will be held from June 5 through August 6, 2021. The camp, which serves children entering grades 2 through 12, comprises of science programs with themes ranging from "Animal Adventures," which allows students to investigate natural phenomena in the great outdoors, to "Make It Matter," which gives students the opportunity to meet world-class researchers and learn about materials science.

This year, all camps will be offered virtually with at-home science activities. Financial aid and scholarships may be available to students who qualify. More information can be found here

Registrations will be closing in mid-June. For questions, please contact outreach@science.psu.edu, or view our Science Outreach Website.

The following camps have spaces remaining:  

Nature Explorers: Animal Adventures – July 5-9 for Grades 2-4

What kind of animals can you find in your own backyard? Why do birds fly south for the winter? Are frogs and snakes slimy?  By exploring the animals that can be found in Central PA, campers will unlock mysteries of the world around them. Learn more here.

Designing the Future Club – June 21-August 6 for Grades 5-6

Experience some of the newest tech being used to build our world! In this virtual club, we cover physics, computer-aided design, and 3D printing. Learn more here.

Life…in Space! – July 19-23 for Grades 6-8

Until a few years ago, anyone who mentioned aliens as a reality would have been laughed at. But now, astrobiology (the study of life in space) has started to take off! Learn more here.

Make It Matter – July 12-16 for Grades 9-12

This camp is your gateway to the fascinating world of materials science! Materials scientists have brought us amazing new technologies, such as flexible screens, nanoscale sensors, and self-folding materials – in this online camp you’ll get to learn how! Learn more here.