Wisconsin Lutheran College Biology Summer Camp Offers Lab and Field Experiences
Milwaukee, WI (03/06/2020) — Wisconsin Lutheran College will host a Biology Summer Camp from August 3-7, 2020, at its campus in Milwaukee. The camp is open to current high school-age students or freshmen entering college in fall 2020.
Led by the WLC Biology department faculty, students will explore DNA, cells, proteins, bacteria, viruses, ethics, and careers. "This camp gives students hands-on lab and field experience from professors and WLC students," said Dr. John Werner, Associate Professor of Biology. "Students will become familiar with the college atmosphere and its expectations, explore a variety of biological fields and topics, gain experience using professional science equipment, identify potential career paths, sharpen leadership and teamwork skills, and network with other students and professionals in a safe and controlled environment."
The camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., from Monday, August 3 through Friday, August 7. The cost for lab and lecture for the entire week is $300 per student and includes daily lunch and snacks, T-shirt, printed materials, and lab supplies. The camp is limited to 36 students. Materials will be emailed prior to camp.
Overnight options are available for $600 and include all the above, plus all meals, additional outings, and housing beginning Sunday, August 2 through Friday, August 7.
Wisconsin Lutheran College is located at 8800 West Bluemound Road, Milwaukee, WI. For more information or to register, visit wlc.edu/biocamp. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Werner at 414.443.8734 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) is an independent, nationally ranked Christian college in Milwaukee that serves 1,200 traditional undergraduate, adult, and graduate students through its on-campus, on-location, and online programming. The college, which prepares students for lives of Christian leadership, is recognized for its academic excellence and superior student experience. Caring, Christian faculty work directly with students, who benefit from numerous research, service, and co-curricular opportunities designed to enhance academic and spiritual growth. For more information, visit wlc.edu.