- Category: Museum Events
Learn how careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) were critical in the rescue, recovery, investigation, justice and healing in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing. Students will engage with experts in structural engineering, forensics and disaster response, interact with touch-screen tables, and participate in hands-on activities using critical thinking skills to solve problems. Building structures that can withstand natural and man-made disasters, analyzing and processing a crime scene with UCO Forensic Science Institute specialists, participating in a mock trial, and demonstrations of bomb and rescue dogs at work are just some of the activities presented throughout the week. Campers will visit the Oklahoma State Capitol to learn how legislation works and what laws were passed after the bombing and will learn leadership skills and strategies that will help them engage in Better Conversations with others. Join us for an enriching and memorable week!
- July 12-16 | 9:00am to 4:00pm
- For students entering 6th-8th Grade
- $225 per student
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