GERLS camp – Girl Engineers Really Love Science!
Experience new technologies and have fun with science in this week-long camp for girls. Explore how technology is transforming our lives, providing new ways of expressing ourselves, and helping to solve world problems. We will invent our own electronic gadgets, and take field trips to visit with female engineers who are designing and building projects at Cornell. Like to be creative? Upcycle e-waste into useful items, and star in your own pixilation animation. Get your hands on Science, with edible chemistry and funky physics! Female mentors and new friends will make this a fun and supportive experience.
When: July 28 – August 1st 2014 9am – 4pm (campers can arrive at 8:30am and stay until 4:30pm, if needed)
Where: eXploration Station at Cornell (161 Synchrotron Drive) and Ithaca Generator makerspace (116 W Green St)
Instructors: Lora Hine, Erik Herman, and Claire Fox
Who: Middle School students (rising 6th-8th graders)
Cost: $150 (Need-based scholarships are available. Contact Lora Hine for information at LKH24@cornell.edu)
Students should bring a lunch and snack, all other supplies are included.
**Note that admission into the camp is not on a first-come first-served basis. Notification of acceptance will be given on June 20th. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
6 spaces available
Bookings are closed for this event.