Join Asbury professors for five days of hands-on learning, using math modeling and science to make an impact solving issues like disease and hunger that are often encountered on world mission fields!
Sunday, June 15 – Thursday, June 19, 2014 (Tentative)
Click here for the daily schedule.
The camp is $360 per person, and includes food, lodging, and all expenses. Spaces are limited, so click here to register.
What You Can Expect:
- Work with the MIRACLE plant for missions (Moringa oliefera) which is being used to address malnutrition, polluted water, and poverty all over the world!
- Weapons of Wet: predicting the flight from a water balloon slingshot.
- Learn how to model yellow fever growth in Africa.
- Design and build irrigation system for mission application.
- Conduct DNA fingerprinting on our own DNA!
About Your Instructors:
Bruce Branan, a faculty member in Asbury University's Natural Sciences department, has taught college chemistry for 19 years. He drives a big van (since he has ten children), and has been voted "Best Dad" by more than eleven people! Bruce also holds a Ph.D. from Ohio State University.
Registration opens January 2014!