Live, Think, Exist...Psychology
Camp Inner Space
You’ve heard of outer space camps?
Join us for…
Inner Space Camp
Inner Space Camp is a residential camp for high school students, aged 14-18, interested in the exciting field of psychology. Hosted by the Department of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University, Inner Space Camp offers you the chance to spend a week immersed in learning about the human mind and behavior.
Working with our distinguished faculty, you’ll explore…
- Clinical Psychology (the art and science of helping others)
- Neuroscience (the mysteries of how our brain works)
- Forensic Psychology (the criminal mind and psychology and the law)
- Sensation and Perception (how our eyes, ears, and sense of smell work)
- Cognitive Psychology (how we think, solve problems, and make decisions)
- Developmental Psychology (how we grow and develop as kids and adults)
- Animal Behavior (how humans and other animals interact, using pets to help people)
…and a lot more.
It won’t be all work. You’ll live in an EKU dorm with other campers and counselors, take field trips, and participate in lots of hands-on activities. There will be games, swimming, and lots of fun activities!
Come like us at our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/EkuInnerSpaceCamp
SUMMER 2017 June 11th thru June 16th
Join us, June 2017, as we explore Inner Space: The Real Final Frontier.
The deadline for application is June 1, but space is limited. Register soon to reserve your space.
Questions? Contact the Camp Co-Directors, Taylor Kutchen (email@example.com), Cassie Whitt (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Chair of the EKU Psychology Department, Dr. Robert Brubaker (Robert.Brubaker@eku.edu)