Bayer International Science Teens CampUSA, Germany, Africa, India
The Bayer USA Foundation and the Bayer Science and Education Foundation invites students internationally and nationally (specifically from the Western Pennsylvania, Northern New Jersey, Northern California, Shawnee, Kan., Kansas City, and Greater Raleigh-Durham areas) to join XSci - Experiential Science Education Research Collaborative part of the University of Colorado Boulder for a two-week residential camp. Included in this experience will be a set of educational resources for participants and their parents/guardians to use, explore and share. These materials will provided during online meetings preceding the camp.
Student Learning Experiences
- Form and function of human anatomy
- Bio-engineering and Bio-mechanics of the human body
- High altitude physiology, cognition and treatment procedures
- Mountain ecology
This innovative program has been designed for a small, select group of U.S. and international students who will join together for hands-on, field-based experiences on human anatomy and physiology led by Dr. Brad McLain, XSci educators,and Anatomy in Clay creator Jon Zahourek. ANATOMY IN CLAY® models have been used in over 6,000 high schools, colleges, veterinary schools, and bodywork training programs. Camp attendees will stay on the campus at the University of Colorado, Denver, for one week and on-site in a national park in Leadville, Colo., for the second week. The Bayer International Science Teens Camp is open to students ages 14-16 at the time of camp attendance. Eligible students must have completed the ninth grade. Funding to attend the two-week camp (including lodging, meals, materials and travel) is provided by the Bayer USA Foundation and the Bayer Science and Education Foundation.
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