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Kids U Summer Camp: Animal Behavior (Grades 7-9, rising)

Animals do many amazing things. Have you ever wondered why?

If you have a keen interest in observing and explaining animal behavior, join us in this interactive camp and discover why animals act and react in their own unique ways.

We'll explore how evolutionary forces shape animal behavior, and you'll gain vital knowledge and experience that will help you understand how organisms interact with the environment. 

Note: On Wednesday, we'll meet at Ijams Nature Center.

Please note that Animal Behavior is designed for students in rising grades 7-9.

Kids U summer camps at the University of Tennessee provide a wonderful opportunity for students in grades 3-12 (rising) to learn, have fun, and explore their interests in areas such as technology, art, photography, cooking, chemistry, anthropology, and much more.

Camps are offered in June and July by UT Conferences & Non-Credit Programs

Visit www.utkidsu.com for a complete lineup of Kids U camps.

Browse the 2019 Kids U catalog.

Friday, June 7 at 9:00am to 12:00pm

Hesler Biology Building and Greenhouse, 602
1406 Circle Drive, Knoxville, TN 37996

Event Type

Training & Workshops

Topic

Science

Audience

General Public

Website

https://aceweb.outreach.utk.edu/wconn...

Cost

$139

Department

Conferences and Non-Credit Programs

Hashtag

#KidsU

Contact Name

Darrin Devault

Contact Email

ddevault@utk.edu

Contact Phone

865-974-0150

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