Have you ever wanted to work in a real science lab? Would you like to
- perform the chemical reaction to synthesize aspirin?
- participate in the "Great Egg Drop" experiment?
- determine the pop that will create the largest Coke®/Mentos® fountain?
If so, join us for one great week of science!
June 11 - 25, 2018
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - Noon
University of Mount Union Science Laboratory, Bracy Hall
The Summer Science Enrichment Program is a one-week program that will be presented by Dr. Sheryl Mason, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, and Dr. Scott Mason, professor of chemistry, of the University of Mount Union. This will be a very hands-on experience for the children with laboratory and field experiments each day.
Topics to be covered include biology, chemistry, physics, health, and environmental science. Students must wear closed-toed shoes everyday and NO sleeveless tops are permitted. Other safety equipment will be provided.
Interested and mature students entering 4th, 5th, or 6th grades for the 2018-2019 school year are eligible for this program.
All materials may be found here and must be downloaded, completed, and submitted to Andrea Williams, Bracy Hall 129, University of Mount Union between May 22 and June 1. The program fee is $65.00. We can accommodate 20 students per session. Students will be registered on a “FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED” basis. Please submit materials early; this has become a very popular camp!