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KU Survivor: Engineering Camp for High School Guys

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

 [KU Survivor Engineering Outback]

Hey, guys! Get out of the house this summer.


KU Survivor: Engineering Outback is an

exclusive, guys-only

overnight engineering experience for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors on July 22. The focus is on fun and exploration.


• Spend the night in the new KU Student Rec Center


• Learn about engineering principles, fields and opportunities


• Meet KU engineering and computer science students and faculty, and learn about KU School of Engineering degree programs



Explore KU in a way that few others ever will


Cost of the camp is $75, and includes meals, lodging and lab supplies. Bring your sleeping bag, workout clothes, sense of adventure and gi-normous brain. Regular-size brains are welcome, too. This overnighter provides adult supervision in a mountain lion-free zone.


In addition to the above, the KU Survivors will get to:


• Use the KU Student Rec Center’s rock-climbing wall and other facilities


• Learn about GPS technology and go geocaching across the KU campus.


• Get behind-the-scenes access to historic KU sports venues.


• Learn about financial aid opportunities at KU.


Camp size is limited, so sign up today.


To sign up for KU Survivor: Engineering Outback or learn more, call the School of Engineering (785) 864-3881, or send e-mail to



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