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Camp Call: Life's a Lab Reality Science Camp

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Life's a Lab Reality Science Camp

Ages: Students entering grades 10-12.

Times/Dates: Commuter or resident; July 28-31.

Location: University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 2420 Nicolet Drive

About: For students interested in health careers such as physical therapy, sports medicine, radiology, emergency medical and research, this camp offers lab experiences in the mornings and tours of professional clinics and other medical facilities in the afternoons. Mortuary Science is added this year.

Registration/Questions: $249 for commuters, $459 for residents. www.uwgb.edu/camps/science/lifesALab, (920) 465-2775 or (800) 621-2313.

Video Game Programming camps

Ages: Students entering grades 8-12.

Times/Dates: Commuter or resident; July 7-10 and 14-17.

Location: University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 2420 Nicolet Drive.

About: Learn about the world of object-oriented programming and receive an introduction to developing software in a gaming environment, basic techniques of creating games and how to program some basic games.

Registration/Questions: $279 for commuters; $469 for residents; www.uwgb.edu/camps/science/videoGame or (920) 465-2775 or (800) 621-2313.

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