Welcome to the WEBS Summer Science Camp
WEBS Summer Science Camp is a program designed for young women who enjoy doing science.
Each day, the WEBS students will have hands on experiences in two, three, or four different laboratories, including labs in biology, chemistry, environmental engineering, pharmacy, physics, and robotics. This is an exciting way for young women to “sample” the many different areas of science through investigative experiences and projects. “Close Encounters with Birds of Prey,” a program sponsored by The Delaware Valley Raptor Center, will introduce students to the captivating world of raptors. Representatives from the Second Chance Wildlife Center will share their experiences with mammals, including skunks and squirrels. In addition, WEBS participants will become familiar with life on a college campus and have the opportunity to talk with and learn from Wilkes faculty, staff and students as well as professional women from the local area engaged in careers associated with various fields of science.
What we do at WEBS Summer Camp
The following is a sample of the activities and laboratories conducted at WEBS.
A complete schedule will be released at a later date.
- "You Be the Doctor": Introduction to Problem-Based Learning
- Animal Trapping and Tracking
- Bird Catching
- Frog dissection
- Neurofeedback Training
- Discover Your 5 Senses
- Cleaning Up an Oil Spill
- Chemical Analysis of Food
- DNA Extraction and Analysis
- Why Do I Have My Mother's Eyes? (or A Little Bit About How Genes Work)
- Phun with Physiology and Anatomy
- Healthy Alternatives
- Lego Robots
- Heart to Heart
- Physics of Dance
- Potions Class 101
- Have Fun With Weather
- Solar Cooking
Students or parents/guardians with any questions or concerns, please contact:
Coordinator, WEBS Summer Science Camp
Wilkes University Biology Department
84 West South Street
Wilkes Barre, PA 18766