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ATCG Forensic Summer Camp

July 8-13, 2012
Sunday, 5:00 PM through Friday, 5:00 PM

High school students attending the ATCG Forensic Summer Camp will receive extensive hands-on exposure to the techniques used in forensic analysis of biological materials.

As a student, you will learn to extract DNA, create DNA fingerprints, produce DNA sequences and identify hair using electron and light microscopy.

The 5-day residential camp is comprised of classroom activities in the morning followed by  hands-on experience in the labs during the afternoon. With only 20 students per session and three instructors, you will have significant amounts of one-on-one interactions with your instructors.

The last two days of camp are devoted to collection of evidence from a mock crime scene, analysis of the evidence and a mock trial.

Schedule. Click here for the full schedule.

Accommodations. Students will be housed in modern dormatory facilities with resident advisors in each hall throughout the night. Each student will be located in a suite consisting of one to four rooms with two individuals per room, one or two bathrooms and a common study area. Males and females will be housed on different floors.

Cost. The cost for each session is $715, which includes all housing, meals, supplies and a t-shirt. A $115 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of registration.

Scholarships. The ATCG Forensic Summer Camp is happy to be able to offer a limited number of scholarships. All students applying for a scholarship must fill out an application form and provide all of the appropriate materials. Students applying for a partial scholarship must include their parents' income.
  • Click here to complete the $150 Scholarship application form.
Applications. The session space is limited. Acceptance is in the order of receipt of the application. A waiting list will be established for each session based upon the order of applications received. Students who are not accepted will have their deposit returned.

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