Summer Science Programs and Science Camps - New York / New York State

Ceramic & Glass Engineering Camp  |  Consumer Chemistry Camp  |  Polymers & Metals Science Camp  |  Space Exploration Institute: Life Beyond Earth For current 6-8 grade students  |  Earth Science Institute and Astronomy Institute- current 9th-12th graders  |  Environmental Studies Summer Youth Institute  |  Pre-College Programs , New York City Liberal Arts, Science, Dance, Entrepreneurship, Women's Leadership and more  |  Hartwick Summer College for High School Students Academics, Theatre, Music, Writing, Science, Visual Arts  |  RIT Kids on Campus Academy Computers, Art, Science, Math, Technology & Recreation  |  Bioscience Exploration for Middle School & High School Students  |  : PREP: Pre-College Experience in Physics  |  Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Camp, Residential  |  STEP-Science & Technology Entry Program

Alfred, NY - Alfred University
Ceramic & Glass Engineering Camp

Description:
The Alfred University Ceramic & Glass Engineering camp is for students who wish to learn about this exciting field. Students participate in fascinating hands-on lab experiences in ceramic processing & tape casting and glass melting & press forming, working alongside faculty. Ceramic Processing and Tape Casting: Ceramic components are at the heart of a vast majority of our everyday items, from cell phones to toilets. At the center of the manufacturing process is ceramic processing - using powders to make usable items. This summer lab exercise will focus on making a ceramic “sun-catcher” that will be fabricated using tape casting, lamination, and glazing, capturing aspects of both historical and advanced ceramic materials and processing techniques. We will discuss the chemistry involved, the reactions that occur at both room temperature and at high temperature, and how these processes affect the properties (light transmission, strength, etc.) of the ceramic component. Glass Melting and Press Forming: Glass is everywhere in our daily lives, from the screen on your cell phone and LCD television, to windows, bottles, and fiber optic cables. Unlike other ceramics and materials, glass is not a solid, but a super-cooled liquid. How glass is made, however, is an exciting and visually spectacular event, where raw materials (sand, limestone, and soda ash) are blended and melted at high temperature to form a viscous liquid that can be cast and shaped into objects. This lab exercise will discuss how chemistry affects glass properties and color, making glass, and stress in glass due to cooling. In addition, each student will cast a glass piece to take home! In the evenings, students have lots of fun participating in a variety of activities including indoor and outdoor games, movies, visits to a lake for picnics and campfires, hikes, social gatherings at the coffee house, a farewell party on the last night, and more. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students entering grades 11 or 12.
Dates: June 29-July 3, 2014
Cost: $895 covers tuition, room and board, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: April 15, 2014

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, N.Y. 0
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/science.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Alfred, NY - Alfred University
Consumer Chemistry Camp

Description:
This dynamic camp is for students aged 14-17 who are interested in science. Classes are taught by distinguished members of the Alfred University Chemistry faculty. The program emphasis is on learning and having fun!
Have you ever wondered . . .
• why and how your hair dye works?
• what makes diet soda sweet?
• what the “pro-vitamins” in your shampoo are?
• what polymers are used in amusing science toys?
• why everyone is so worried about trans fats?
• how a detergent gets your clothes clean?
This camp will help answer those questions and many more! You will discover how to interpret the ingredients lists of your favorite foods and products while learning some basic chemistry. For example, in our tie-dye lab, you will learn how to extract natural dyes, solve a problem with chromatographic separations, and see acid-base chemistry in action while making a T-shirt to keep. The camp will include discussions, brief lectures, reading about chemistry in the news, and inquiry-based activities. The laboratory component will help campers develop a deeper understanding of household products in a fun and safe environment. Topic selection later in the week will be driven by student interests, and the camp will culminate in student-led presentations of everyday chemistry.
When not in classes, students will enjoy planned recreational activities such as indoor and outdoor games, movies, visits to a nearby lake for picnics and campfires, social gatherings at the Terra Cotta Coffee House and a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students ages 14-17.
Dates: July 13-17, 2014
Cost: $895 covers tuition, room and board, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: April 15, 2014

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/chemistry.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Alfred, NY - Alfred University
Polymers & Metals Science Camp

Description:
This is a great opportunity to learn about polymers and metals, to sample life on a college campus and to meet other students with similar interests and academic ability. The emphasis is on having fun and enjoying our beautiful natural surroundings while learning!
Campers participate in inquiry based, hands-on lab experiences related to making, testing and experiencing polymers and metals. They will learn about the breadth and importance of polymers and metals in our society, and how to apply general science and engineering principles in a broad sense.
Elastic Plastic and Plastic Metal?!! Polymers, both natural and synthetic, have unique properties based on their chemistry and physics. They are the material that separates our society from that of a century ago - discover how and why! Learn how society has changed and what future changes are possible. Think like a Mythbuster to understand how the absorbency of diapers relates to contact lenses and environmental cleanup while quantifying and modeling water uptake. Experience the extreme variability of polymer viscosity via student-created slime, wall-walkers, and oobleck - three materials whose components seem boring, but whose combination yields unexpected and important properties. Consider the wider applications of viscosity control from “molasses in January” to personal armor protection.
While polymers may often be referred to as “plastics,” another class of important materials exhibits “plastic behavior”: Metals! Plasticity is the ability of a material to accommodate permanent deformation without breaking, and is one of the properties that makes metals useful for engineering everything from skyscrapers to airplanes. Learn about what gives them the strength and toughness to handle many of the world’s most demanding structural applications.
When not in classes and labs, students will enjoy planned recreational activities such as indoor and outdoor games, movies, visits to a nearby lake for picnics and campfires, social gatherings at the Terra Cotta Coffee House and a farewell party on the last night. Living, dining and learning together, students have ample opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.

Program Information:
This is a coed, residential camp for students entering grades 11 or 12.
Dates: June 29-July 3, 2014
Cost: $895 covers tuition, room and board, supervision, activities and program materials
Application deadline: April 15, 2014

Contact:
Office of Summer Programs
Alfred University
Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Telephone:   (607) 871-2612
Email:   summerpro@alfred.edu
Web Site:   www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/polymers.cfm   


Alfred, N.Y.
             
Binghamton, NY - Binghamton University
Space Exploration Institute: Life Beyond the Earth
For current 6-8 grade students

Description:
Space Exploration Institute: Life Beyond the Earth
Students attending this institute will explore the search for life beyond the earth, starting first with profound questions about what the foundations of life are. Is a model based on earthly life sufficient? What is the boundary between the living and the non-living? As the students look for life beyond Earth, they will go farther than Mars, to places such as Enceladus, a moon of Saturn. Finally, they will look to the stars, and consider planets orbiting distant stars. Topics of study will include the results of NASA’s Kepler mission, which is capable of finding Earth-like planets orbiting other stars. Students also will use KOSC’s telescopes and cameras to develop skills in visual observation and astrophotography!
One session: July 20 - July 26, 2014
Students housed at Binghamton University. Commuter and Residential options
View Astronomy Institute (current 9th-12th grade) & Earth Science Institute (current 8th-12th grade) at
http://www.summeroncampus.com/main/ProgramDetail.asp?ID=757

Additional Information:
For the 22nd summer, the Kopernik Observatory & Science Center (KOSC) is offering week-long camps for students in grades 1-12. Sponsored by the Link Foundation since 1994, in memory of local inventor / explorer Edwin A. Link, the Link Summer STEM Exploration camps offer hands-on, high-tech adventures in science, technology, engineering, and math.
SCIENCE DAY PROGRAMS:
Young Scientists (grades 1 & 2)
Junior Astronomers (grades 3 & 4)
Earth Science (grades 5 & 6)
Young Engineers: (grades 2 & 3)
Junior Engineers: (grades 4 & 5)
Master Engineers: (grades 5 & 6)

Contact:
Kopernik Observatory & Science Education Center
698 Underwood Rd.
Vestal, NY 13850
Telephone:   (607) 748-3685 ext. 313
Email:   rwilliams@kopernik.org
Web Site:   www.kopernik.org   


Binghamton, N.Y.
             
Binghamton, NY - Binghamton University
Earth Science Institute and Astronomy Institute- current 9th-12th graders

Description:
Earth Science Institute: Glacial Landscapes - grades 9-12*
Earth’s surface is constantly changing through a variety of geological processes. This institute will explore the effects of the half mile thick glacier that covered New York State 25,000 years ago. Participants will take part in an extended day trip to New York’s beautiful Finger Lake region. Students will photograph the geologic features, take soil samples, and hunt for fossils as they explore how the last glacial period modified various geological features. Guest speakers from Binghamton University and field work will provide students information to be used in a team project exploring the formation of glacial features.
One session: July 6-12, 2014
Students completing grades 9-12 may combine this week with the Astronomy Institute to create a two-week stay.
Astronomy Institute: The Moon, Craters & Catastrophes- grades 9-12*
The Moon’s rugged surface gives astronomers ample evidence of its violent past and clues to its formation. This institute will help students understand the dynamic processes that shaped the Moon’s surface over the eons. Students will explore geological features of the moon, such as crater morphology, regolith, mountains, and rilles, and will examine various rock types in relation to past, present and future lunar processes. Lab work will include lunar astrophotography, digital image processing, crater simulations, high-speed photography, telescope sessions, and lunar mapping. Team projects will challenge students to create a model of the Moon’s topography and propose ways to continue to explore it. During the week, there will be a number of guest speakers, and students will learn about different theories of lunar formation and the history of lunar exploration.
One session: July 13-19, 2014
*Students completing grades 9-12 may combine this week with the Earth Science Institute to create a two-week stay.
Students housed at Binghamton University. Commuter and Residential options.
For information on Space Exploration Institute Life Beyond the Earth for grades 6-8, please visit
http://www.summeroncampus.com/main/ProgramDetail.asp?ID=758

Additional Information:
For the 22nd summer, the Kopernik Observatory & Science Center (KOSC) is offering week-long camps for students in grades 1-12. Sponsored by the Link Foundation since 1994, in memory of local inventor / explorer Edwin A. Link, the Link Summer STEM Exploration camps offer hands-on, high-tech adventures in science, technology, engineering, and math.
SCIENCE DAY PROGRAMS:
Young Scientists (grades 1 & 2)
Junior Astronomers (grades 3 & 4)
Earth Science (grades 5 & 6)
Young Engineers: (grades 2 & 3)
Junior Engineers: (grades 4 & 5)
Master Engineers: (grades 5 & 6)

Contact:
Kopernik Observatory
698 Underwood Rd.
Vestal, NY 13850
Telephone:   (607) 748-3685 ext. 313
Email:   rwilliams@kopernik.org
Web Site:   www.kopernik.org   


Binghamton, N.Y.
             
Geneva, NY - Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Environmental Studies Summer Youth Institute

Description:
The Environmental Studies Summer Youth Institute at Hobart and William Smith Colleges provides exceptional opportunities to explore the scientific, social, and humanistic perspectives of environmental issues.
The Institute offers a two-week, college-level interdisciplinary program for talented high-school students entering their junior and senior years. The program is designed as an introduction to a variety of environmental issues and perspectives on nature and our environment. Students will conduct research with faculty members in a variety of locations: on the HWS Scandling (a 65-foot vessel on Seneca Lake), in streams, quaking bogs, the Adirondack Mountains, and the Colleges' science laboratories.
Working in the field, in laboratories, in classrooms, and on a four-day Adirondack research trip, students will explore a range of topics in environmental policy, economics, and ethics, and come to see the natural world through the eyes of artists, historians, philosophers, and scientists. A love of nature, learning, and the outdoors provides the focus for this unique educational experience.
The Environmental Studies Summer Youth Institute is located in the heart of New York's Finger Lakes region, on beautiful Seneca Lake.

Program Information:
Coed. Talented high school students entering junior and senior years. Residential.
Length of session: July 12th - July 25th, 2015
Required: high school transcript (including fall grades and SAT or PSAT scores, when available), sent to us directly by your school ) and letter of recommendation from a teacher
Admission to the Institute is on a rolling basis. Applications are reviewed on the 15th of every month, starting in December. There are only 34 spaces available, so we encourage students to apply ASAP.

You will be awarded half a college credit by Hobart and William Smith Colleges for successful completion of the Institute. The total fee for the program is $2,600. This covers tuition and course materials, campus housing, meals, and all program activities, including transportation and lodging on field trips. There are scholarships available.
To view our VIDEO, visit our website by clicking link in Contact section.

Contact:
Professor Jim MaKinster, Director
Environmental Studies Summer Youth Institute
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva, NY 14456-3397
Telephone:   (315) 781-4401
Fax:   (315) 781-4400
Email:   essyi@hws.edu.
Web Site:   essyi.hws.edu   


Geneva, N.Y.
             
New York (New York City / Manhattan), NY - Barnard College
Pre-College Programs at Barnard College, New York City
Liberal Arts, Science, Dance, Entrepreneurship, Women's Leadership and more

Description:
Barnard's Pre-college academic programs in NYC are for young women who are intellectually prepared for college-level work and will be entering 11th or 12th grade in Fall 2014. This year we will be offering six different programs:
In our Summer in the City four-week program, participants choose two courses from a variety of topics, including, but not limited to, Literature and Writing, Political Science, Psychology, Architecture, Religion, Art History, Dance, Theatre and Film.
Four-week students also participate in our Life After College series.
Our Liberal Arts Intensive one-week program allows students to focus on a single subject. Courses are offered in diverse subjects from Theatre to Psychology, from Literature to Urban Studies, and more!
In our Young Women's Leadership Institute students attend on-campus Women's Studies courses and workshops and explore female-driven businesses and organizations as they understand the complex relationship between gender and leadership in this dynamic and interactive program,
Throughout Dance in the City, students will engage in academic dance courses at Barnard, perfect their technique at the Alvin Ailey Extension School, and attend professional dance performances all over NYC.
Summer Science Seminar (S-Cubed Summer). will study the sciences both in and out of classroom with acclaimed Barnard professors in fields ranging from environmental studies to chemistry.
Entrepreneurs in Training Program will prep young women with a range of skills necessary to build successful endeavors. Workshops range from creating a brand to creating a business plan.
Each program offers a unique opportunity to explore New York City both in and out of the classroom while you live and learn like a college student, build leadership skills, and explore career opportunities. Your studies may include visiting an art gallery, attending a poetry slam, or meeting city leaders. Evenings and weekends are filled with organized trips to cultural attractions and landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty and Rockefeller Center. You may want to catch a film at an outdoor festival, hang out in Central Park, or escape to Jones Beach for a day. In short, you’ll get an unforgettable taste of the college experience while living in one of the most exciting cities in the world.

Program Information:
Selective admission based on strong high school records, recommendations, and involvement in extra-curricular activities; Limited number of scholarships available. 2014 dates below:
Summer in the City four-week session: June 22 - July 19, 2014 (residential or commuter)
Liberal Arts Intensive one-week session: June 22 - June 28, 2014 (residential or commuter)
Young Women’s Leadership Institute: July 6 - Sunday, July 13, 2014 (residential only)
Dance in the City: July 6 - July 16, 2014 (residential only)
Entrepreneurs in Training: JJuly 6 - July 16, 2014 (residential only)
Summer Science Seminar (S-Cubed Summer): June 22 - June 28, 2014 (residential or commuter)

Contact:
Office of Pre-College Programs
Barnard College Columbia University
3009 Broadway
New York, NY 10027
Telephone:   (212) 854-8866
Fax:   (212) 854-8867
Email:   pcp@barnard.edu
Web Site:   www.barnard.edu/precollege   


New York (New York City / Manhattan), N.Y.
             
Oneonta, NY - Hartwick College
Hartwick Summer College for High School Students
Academics, Theatre, Music, Writing, Science, Visual Arts

Description:
Get a head start on college with Hartwick’s Summer College for High School Students. You’ll study interesting subjects with our expert full-time faculty in small classes; you’ll get hands-on experience, learn more than you thought you could, and have a great time doing it. All in just three weeks.
After completing Summer College, you’ll be a stronger college applicant.
Commuter and Residential option
Summer College for High School Students runs from July 5-25, 2014
Dynamics of Music: Learn about different music styles in this hands-on class
Biology in Practice: Do experiments every day and help research neuro-behavioral disorders like ADHD and Autism
Summer Theatre Performance Workshop: Get trained in voice, audition techniques and creative risk taking
Children's Literature: Write a children's picture book and a non-fiction book
Synthetic Biology: Play with the very stuff of life like it's a gigantic lego set
Forensic Archeology: Learn to identify human remains and become Temperance Brennan from BONES
The United Nations in World Politics: work through interesting simulations and better understand the role of the UN
Stagecraft: Create a set and bring a play to life
Intro to Human Biology: Study at Pine Lake, our environmental campus, to see how living organisms react with each other
This is Drawing: Learn to become a better artist through this course
For more information, click on weblink below / Contact Rachel Stevenson at Stevenson@hartwick.edu or 607.431.4022.

Click Here to Download 2014 Brochure for Hartwick Summer College.

Click here to Download 2014 Application for Hartwick Summer College.

Contact:
Rachel Stevenson
Telephone:   (607) 431-4022
Email:   Stevenson@hartwick.edu
Web Site:   www.hartwick.edu/admissions/summer-college   


Oneonta, N.Y.
             
Rochester, NY - Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
RIT Kids on Campus Academy
Computers, Art, Science, Math, Technology & Recreation

Description:
Cool Projects! Awesome Technology! Exciting workshops! Competitive Sports!
Unleash creativity, develop critical-thinking skills, and build strong bodies! RIT Kids on Campus Academy showcases the unique variety of day camps available for elementary, middle and high school students offered on RIT’s campus. Visit the RIT Kids on Campus Academy website link - www.kidsoncampus.rit.edu to explore the list of RIT day camp options.
RIT’s day camp options include “Kids on Campus” computing, science, and visual arts workshops, which feature an all-you-can eat lunch package and an extended care program. KOC runs M - F  from 9 AM - 3 PM during two session in July. For more information about the workshops connected to Kids on Campus day camps for middle and high school students, use the website link shown below.

2014 DATES:
KOC sessions 1:
• Two week computing workshops - 7/7/14 - 7/18/14
• One week science, visual art workshops - 7/7/14 - 7/11/14
• One week science, visual art workshops - 7/14/14 - 7/18/14
KOC session 2:
• Two week computing workshops - 7/21/14 -8/1/14
• One week science, visual art workshops - 7/21/14 - 7/25/14
• One week science, visual art workshops - 7/28/14 – 8/1/14
KOC WORKSHOPS 2014
• AppInventor: Create Your Very Own App!
• Space Sleuth
• Digital Artistry
• Creative Coding with Java
• Maya 3D
• Computing with Scratch
• Minecraft Modding
• Hiking & Wading to Investigate Climate Change in Your Backyard!
• Web Design and Development
• Many More

Contact:
RIT Kids on Campus Academy
Rochester Institute of Technology
12 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623-5603
Telephone:   (585) 496-4562
Web Site:   www.kidsoncampus.rit.edu   


Rochester, N.Y.
             
Rochester, NY - Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Bioscience Exploration for Middle School & High School Students

Description:

Middle School Bioscience Camps:
Students entering grades 6 - 8 will use RIT’s natural environment and high-tech laboratories to explore the biosciences in fun and interesting ways; they will learn to look at the world the way biologists do. These day camps are a great opportunity for homeschoolers to get hands-on lab experience through inquiry driven experiments.
2014 dates:
Week 1: July 7 - 11: Living things: from Macroscopic to Microscopic
Week 2: July 21 - 25: Can we be Sustainable?
Week 3: July 28 – August 1: Cellular and Genetic Mysteries
Week 4: August 4 - 8: Fun with Fossils


High School Bioscience Camps:
Our established Medical Science camps are designed for high school students entering grades 9-11 who are interested in a clinical or research career in medicine. These camps include opportunities to meet clinicians and scientists and discuss careers in the medical and allied health professions. Our antibiotic discovery and enzymes camp returns this year, along with the new camp in forensic medicine offered last year. It will be an exciting time of fun and scientific inquiry.
2014 dates:
Week 1: July 7 - 11: Medical Science I - Solving Crimes with DNA
Week 2: July 14 - 18: Medical Science II - Antibiotic Discovery and Enzymes
Week 3: July 28 - Aug 1: Medical Science III - Medicine and Human Disease
Week 4: August 4 - 8: Medical Science IV - Epidemics and Infectious Diseases

Program Information:
Cost: $300 per week
Time: Monday - Friday, 9 - 4 pm. Extended day option available
Register online at: www.rit.edu/cbet (Click on weblink in Contact section below.)

Contact:
Center for Bioscience Education & Technology
153 Lomb Memorial Drive, Bldg. 75; Room 1130
Rochester, NY 14623
Telephone:   (585) 475-4363
Fax:   (585) 475-4360
Email:   faye.modeste@cbet.rit.edu
Web Site:   www.rit.edu/cbet   


Rochester, N.Y.
             
Rochester, NY - University of Rochester
University of Rochester: PREP: Pre-College Experience in Physics

Description:
University of Rochester Pre-College Experience in Physics: To Encourage the Participation of Young Women in Science: The program offers students a challenging program consisting of lab-based instruction, group and independent projects, and meetings with professionals and undergraduates involved in research in the sciences and engineering.

Program Information:
students completing 9th-10th grade from Rochester area without prior experience in physics
day program (9am-4pm). 3-4 week session in July. No Fee
Application includes transcript, statement, and letter from high school teacher

Contact:
Professor Steven Manly, and Amy Wakim, Co-Directors
Connie Jones, Program Assistant
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York 14627-0171
Email:   connie@pas.rochester.edu
Web Site:   www.pas.rochester.edu/PREP/   


Rochester, N.Y.
             
Saratoga Springs, NY - Skidmore College
Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Camp, Residential

Description:
CSI camp at Skidmore College- Campers will be working in investigator teams to solve a realistic crime by using evidence collected and state of the art investigative tools. Activities will include ballistics, forensic entomology, anthropology, and photography, blood spatter, fingerprinting, psychological profiling, firearm safety and use, explosives, facial composite rendering, computer forensics, and more.
Students learn to present a case and do so on the last afternoon to their parents and friends who act as the Grand Jury.
The purpose of this camp is to study through hands-on activities the science necessary to solve a crime. Students should attend with the intention of working in teams, being very busy and having fun solving a crime

Program Information:
Overnight Camps: August 3- August 9, 2014
Age: For students entering 8th through 12th grade
Price: $1,077- includes programming, all food, field trips, housing, evening activities.
Overnight campers will register between 3:30-4:30pm on Sunday August 3, 2014 at Dorm (to be determined).
Minimum enrollment of 20 overnight campers for the camp to run.

Contact:
Margaret Liberti
Dr. Lynda McMaster-Schuyler
Telephone:   (518) 633-1807
Email:   csisummercamps@gmail.com
Web Site:   csisummercamps.com   


Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
             
Schenectady, NY - Union College
STEP-Science & Technology Entry Program

Program Information:
The STEP summer camp offers students (grades 7-12) an intensive three-week learning opportunity through classroom instruction, educational field trips and mentorship by Union College students. Classroom instruction, led by Union College Professors, focus on math, science and technology. Field trips to various museums and learning centers are planned in conjunction with professors'' syllabus and course requirements. Students are also required to conduct a research project. At the end of the three weeks, parents are invited to attend a final power point presentation on the students? research projects. Please go to website link below for economic eligibility requirements.

Contact:
Telephone:   (518) 388-6609
Email:   tatema@union.edu
    austind@union.edu
             

 

 

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