Not your ordinary summer camp!
(Camp is full and registration is closed for the 2013 season)
Ever wonder what it would be like to do some crime scene investigation like they do on TV?
When: June 2014
Cost: To be announced
Price includes room and board, snacks, meals, materials and T-shirt.
This camp will show you what's really involved and gives you an understanding of what Forensic Science is all about.
The University of Findlay offers a five-day forensic science summer camp for high school students providing an introduction to the world of forensic science, involving the use of:
CSI Camp is typically held towards the end of June each year and is open to
high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Students will stay on
campus for the duration of the camp. Meals will be provided by the
Students are given the opportunity to use deductive reasoning and scientific skills to uncover and explore the mystery of a series of unsolved crimes using current forensic techniques.
This one-of-a-kind experience allows students to participate in the practical use of biology, chemistry and mathematics to examine evidence left behind at the crime scene and attempt to identify the suspect.
Campers also have the opportunity to interact with scientists and investigators involved with forensic science and criminal justice as they further explore their academic future and career opportunities.
The camp is directed by faculty in the University’s forensic science, biology and chemistry departments. This is a highly structured camp and faculty members are with students at all times during their stay on campus.
For more information, contact Phil Lucas, assistant professor of criminal justice and forensic science, at firstname.lastname@example.org