MILWAUKEE, WI - Wisconsin Lutheran College is offering two on-campus science programs for high school students this year.
Organized by WLC students, the Young Women's Science Program offers female high school and homeschooled students the opportunity to explore several fields of science. Students will meet with WLC professors and students in classrooms and labs, where they'll learn about current research, take part in hands-on activities, and get study strategies for succeeding in science-related fields. There are two sessions remaining for this free program in 2017: March 4 (chemistry focus) and April 29 (physics focus). A student may register for one or both sessions. An optional complimentary lunch is available after each session.
From July 24-28, high school and homeschooled students are invited to attend the annual Bioengineering Summer Camp presented by WLC's Biology Department. The Christ-centered camp gives students hands-on lab experience from WLC professors and students. Camp attendees will gain an understanding of the rigor and expectations of the collegiate atmosphere, while nurturing their leadership and teamwork skills in a safe and controlled environment. The full-day camp offers an overnight option as well.