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 2018 June 10th thru June 15th
Join us, June 2018, as we explore Inner Space: The Real Final Frontier.
The deadline for application is May 23, but space is limited. Register soon to reserve your space.
Questions? Contact the Chair of the EKU Psychology Department, Dr. Robert Brubaker (Robert.Brubaker@eku.edu)