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Register Early for UW-Eau Claire's
24th Annual Science Institute

 MAILED:  March 27, 2003

EAU CLAIRE - The 24th Annual Science Institute, offered by the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Continuing Education for students age 12-16, will be held June 15-27.

The program provides opportunities for exceptional students to spend two weeks intensively exploring a science or science-related topic. Students from the Midwest and throughout the nation come to the UW-Eau Claire campus to learn about discoveries in specific fields of science, explore methods of investigation, use techniques and instruments in laboratory and field, and apply the knowledge to life situations. Participants interact with students with similar interests as well as specialists in the science field.

Courses for the 2003 institute include computer architecture/Linux, geology, astronomy, action electronics, aquatic biology, 'SIM Man' physiology, environmental science, veterinary medicine and physics. After class activities such as bowling, swimming, crafts, concerts, excursions and cultural events will be offered as part of the Institute experience.

The registration deadline is May 16. The combined class and residential fee for students staying in dormitories is $950; day students may pay $475 for class only. The early bird registration date has been extended. Register by May 1 and get $50 off the registration fee.

For more information or to obtain an application, visit the Continuing Education Web Site or contact Kris MacCallum at (715) 836-3636 or


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Updated: March 27, 2003