9:00 am – 4:30 pm each day
Students entering 9th through 12th grades, as well as graduating seniors.
Day 1: Discovering the park and the issues, conducting a sample study, choosing a research focus
Day 2: Designing and starting investigations, recreational activity (such as kayaking)
Day 3: Conducting investigations, career and higher education activities, analyzing data
Day 4: Recreational activity (such as orienteering), preparing data and presentations, presenting findings to peers and professionals
Food and Drink
Students must bring lunch and a water bottle each day. Snacks and water are provided.
Lightweight long pants, short or long sleeved shirts, sturdy close-toed shoes, and sunscreen are essential for EYE Con campers. Students should also considering bringing a hat and bug spray.
Transportation to and from Raccoon Creek State Park can be provided. If transportation is required, please indicate this on your registration. Also, please coordinate with Adam Hnatkovich (firstname.lastname@example.org; 412-586-2419) for transportation questions.