Oregon State University

COSEY (Center for Outreach in Science & Engineering for Youth) Camps

COSEY has developed a library of project-based activity kits with a sustainability theme that will be used to engage 6th-8th grade students in multi-day summer camps to be held in communities throughout Oregon during the summer. Camp activities are rich with possibilities, including a mock oil spill activity in which students test substances that can remove oil from water, a homemade solar panel lesson in which student use titanium dioxide and berry juice to generate an electrical current, a computer design lesson in which students use innovative software to create a "green" dream home, and much more. The outreach program is partnering with Boys and Girls Clubs, 4-H programs, Oregon GEAR UP programs, and other extracurricular and summer camp organizations to expand opportunities in science and engineering education to diverse students across the state, focusing on programs with a track record for serving rural and underserved students.
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Residential (overnight) program?: 
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Does the program qualify for Provost-sponsored staff background checks?: 
Does this program offer K-12 teacher professional development?: 
Grant broader impact program?: 
Contact Name: 
Emily Nicholson
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On OSU Corvallis campus?: 
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Precollege Programs
110 Snell Hall
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
phone: 541-737-9424
Email: precollege@oregonstate.edu
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