STEM Institute offers ‘Physics of our Water World’ spring break camp
High school students are invited to join the FSU Panama City STEM Institute’s “Physics of our Water World” spring break camp March 21-23.
Each day, ninth- through 12th-grade students will learn a theory then apply it with hands-on experiments and demonstrations, such as building buoyant watercraft, detecting and identifying underwater objects, and determining the consequences of storm water runoff. Participants will have access to state-of-the-art technology, utilize FSU Panama City laboratories and equipment, and learn from experts in the field including Navy personnel and student researchers.
The camp costs $100. Applications are available until March 10 at STEM.
For more information, email Ginger Littleton at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (850) 770-2152.