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Girls And Science Camp

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The Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach is offering summer science opportunities designed to create a community of science explorers! Join scientists in a week-long exploration of STEM topics. Our day camps offer kids a chance to participate in interactive and innovative activities designed to strengthen their understanding of basic science concepts and keep them having fun! We will inquire about topics such as microbiology, the science of the brain, and robots.

GAS Camp 2015 will be held June 15-19, daily from 9:00AM-3:00PM, and is open to rising 8th & 9th graders.

Cost is $200. Please complete the registration form and submit your $200 camp tuition to secure your spot.

GAS Registration 2015

Financial Aid Application

Space per session is limited to 25 students. Admission open until each session is full.

 

History of GAS Camp

The Girls and Science (GAS) Camp was established at Vanderbilt University in the summer of 1999 by Dr. Virginia Shepherd and Vicki Metzgar, in partnership with the School of Medicine and Peabody College of Education, in response to the gender differences in science achievement found in high school. The camp initially offered sessions for 8th and 9th grade girls, but over time, demand changed and sessions for 7th and 8th graders became the focus.

The goals of the GAS Camp are to engage girls in science activities, to foster confidence in science achievement, and to encourage girls' enrollment in high school science courses.


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Summer 2015 Camp Info

GAS Camp will be held June 15-19, 2015

How to Register

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Keep up to date with camp announcements on this website and on Facebook.

Resources for Seeking Broader Impact Support:

A Scientist's Guide to Achieving Broader Impacts through K–12 STEM Collaboration by Lisa M. KomoroskeSarah O. HameedAmber I. SzoboszlaiAmanda J. Newsom and Susan L. Williams