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4
May

Nature's Secrets in the City: Taylor Arboretum Urban Ecology Tour

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  • Taylor Arboretum
Open to:
  • Community/Public
  • Prospective Undergraduate Students

Uncover the secrets to creating a greener, more sustainable world right where you live. Get hands-on with eco-friendly activities and insights while joining Dr. Bruce Grant on a guided tour around Taylor Arboretum.

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24
Jun

Creative Writing Summer Camp (June 24-28)

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  • Widener Main Campus
Open to:
  • Community/Public
  • High School Counselors
  • Prospective Undergraduate Students

The Creative Writing Summer Camp is a five-day program for high school students between ages 14-17. Led by professors from Widener’s Creative Writing Program, students write original poems, short stories, and creative essays as they explore and are inspired by the techniques of contemporary writers.

Summer Camp Bottle Rocket Launch
24
Jun

Engineering Summer Camp for High School Students (6/24-6/27)

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  • Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Community/Public
  • Prospective Undergraduate Students

Learn about engineering in a fun, hands-on camp offered by Widener professors. Students entering 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades may register directly for these four full-day sessions.

Young Scientists Summer Camp
24
Jun

Next Generation Scientists Summer Mini-camp (6/24-6/27)

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  • Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Community/Public
  • Prospective Undergraduate Students

Widener's Next Generation Scientists Summer Mini-Camp is the perfect place for high school students to explore subjects hands-on as diverse as biochemistry, biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science, mathematics, and physics and astronomy.

RECamp
22
Jul

Robotics Summer Camp for High School Students (7/22-7/25)

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  • Widener University Main Campus
Open to:
  • Community/Public
  • Prospective Undergraduate Students

This four-day camp is designed for high school students to learn about robotics systems and to develop their robotics skills. High school students from all levels (including 9th grade) are welcome.