Calendar of Events

Look for a complete list of youth programming, athletic camps and the summer schedule of events for 2014 in the coming months. 

Women's basketball camps contact: Mary Carpenter: marycarpenter@ku.edu
Men's basketball camps contact: Tami Hoffman: thoffman@ku.edu

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March 1st - March 2nd
A weekend camp experience for high school girls that showcases the opportunities in the KU School of Engineering. #engr
Eaton Hall
Spahr Engineering Classroom, 2 Eaton Hall
Cost: $95
Contact: 785-864-3620
fboldridge@ku.edu

April 5th
Middle school students will get hands-on opportunities to learn about the fun of engineering. #engr
Eaton Hall
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-3620
fboldridge@ku.edu

May 26th - May 31st
Ages: 9 yrs. through HS Senior Check In: 4:00 - 6:00 PM May 26th at Naismith Hall Check Out: Noon on May 31st at Naismith Hall Ability Level: Beginner (must have knowledge of all four competitive strokes and ability to swim 100 yards w/o stopping) to advanced swimmers. The camp is designed for competitive swimmers. Housing: Campers will stay at Naismith Hall and will have 24-hour supervision by camp staff. Meals will be provided at Naismith Hall.
Robinson Center
Cost:
Contact: 7853318564

June 1st
7 on 7 Camp Open to all high school teams Check-in @ 12:30 Pm- 1:30 pm
Anderson Family Football Complex
Cost: $150
Contact: 7858648203
mcrum@ku.edu

June 2nd - June 9th
Who doesn't like playing games? Better yet, who doesn't like winning games? Learn winning strategies through game theory, applied probability, and mathematical modeling. You'll discover how to apply these strategies successfully in not so gamey places. Please note: participants will need to select the week in which they would like to participate.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
BEST Building 160
Cost: $65
Contact: 913-897-8476
kparfet@ku.edu

June 2nd - June 9th
Can you find your way out of the labyrinth of mathematical conundrums in this week-long challenge full of numerical obstacles and trapdoor puzzles? You'll need a good calculator, the help of your fellow adventurers, and a little luck. Calculators will be provided. Please note: participants will select the week in which they want to participate.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
BEST Building 160
Cost: $65
Contact: 913-897-8476
kparfet@ku.edu

June 2nd - June 6th
Hands-on activities to help Kansas City area middle school students explore the fun of engineering. #engr
Off Campus
Cost: $275
Contact: 785-864-3622
studyengineering@ku.edu

June 2nd - June 6th
Boys & Girls grades K-8
Jayhawk Soccer Complex
Cost: $150
Contact: 7854240275
kusoccercamps@ku.edu

June 6th - June 10th
Open to boys and girls, ages 12 - 18 - Campers receive KU T-shirt - Campers receive Gatorade product - Chances to win adidas apparel
Anschutz Sports Pavilion
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-3486
dluman@ku.edu

June 7th
Junior Jayhawks Open to any and all entrants entering grades 1-8 in the Fall of 2014
Anderson Family Football Complex
Cost:
Contact: 7858648203
mcrum@ku.edu

June 8th
Session 1: Boys- ages 8-18
Allen Fieldhouse
Cost: $450/$350
Contact: 7858643056
thoffman@ku.edu

June 8th - June 12th
Session 1: Boys- ages 8-18
Allen Fieldhouse
Cost: $450/$350
Contact: 7858643056
thoffman@ku.edu

June 9th - June 12th
This camp teaches the basic fundamentals of the game. Games are played most days. Ages: 5-12
Arrocha Ballpark
Cost: $135
Contact: 7858647909

June 9th
Follow the trail in a high-tech scavenger hunt, get muddy while learning about wetland creatures, dig for fossils, launch a rocket, or solve a mystery at the museum in our one-day Summer Science Camps. In Sea Science, we'll take a close look at salt, seashells and more! Explore the intriguing and diverse world of marine biology in our new camp.
Dyche Hall
Cost: 80
Contact: 785-864-4173
naturalhistory@ku.edu

June 11th
Students between third and sixth grade are invited to enjoy experiences in singing, reading and writing music, playing classroom instruments, building a music listening repertoire and creating music. The camp will take place Wednesday, June 11 through Friday, June 13.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
BEST Conference Center
Cost:
Contact: 913-897-8400
youthprograms@ku.edu

June 11th
Follow the trail in a high-tech scavenger hunt, get muddy while learning about wetland creatures, dig for fossils, launch a rocket, or solve a mystery at the museum in our one-day Summer Science Camps. For this camp, join us for a dynamic, fast-paced science adventure. Campers will participate in a range of engaging activities from across the sciences both in the museum and at outdoor campus locations.
Dyche Hall
Cost: 80.00
Contact: 785-864-4173

June 13th - June 14th
Parent/Child Session (boys and girls ages 4-7 yrs.)
Allen Fieldhouse
Cost: $315
Contact: 7858543056
thoffman@ku.edu

June 13th
Follow the trail in a high-tech scavenger hunt, get muddy while learning about wetland creatures, dig for fossils, launch a rocket, or solve a mystery at the museum in our one-day Summer Science Camps. At this camp, you can become a field geologist for a day! Learn about rocks, minerals and fossils while exploring the geology of Kansas.
Dyche Hall
Cost: 80.00
Contact: 785-864-4173

June 13th
Open to any and all entrants entering 9th-12th grades.
Anderson Family Football Complex
Cost:
Contact: 7858648203
mcrum@ku.edu

June 14th
Open to any and all entrants entering grades 1-8 in the fall of 2014. Check-in: 9:00 - 9:50AM
Anderson Family Football Complex
Cost: 50
Contact: 785-864-8203
mcrum@ku.edu

June 15th - June 19th
session 2 (boys "ages 8-18 yrs.)
Allen Fieldhouse
Cost:
Contact: 7858543056
thoffman@ku.edu

June 16th
Newbie or not, were pretty sure you'll have fun this week. Maybe you've played around with Scratch or Python. Maybe you've never programmed anything, but have dreamed of writing code for Google someday. This week-long camp for middle school students will not only include fundamentals of programming, but will encourage collaborative development of games, stories, and other projects by the campers.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
BEST Building 160
Cost: $80
Contact: 913-897-8476
kparfet@ku.edu

June 16th
Students will discover the role of DNA and proteins in the exciting field of biotechnology. The lessons will include wet labs and computer simulations. These labs will demonstrate the production of fluorescing proteins by bacteria and analysis of DNA by electrophoresis. Students will be introduced to protein structure using hands-on models and the 3D modeling program, JMol.
KU Edwards Campus - Regents Center
Regents Center 21
Cost: $95
Contact: 913-897-8476
kparfet@ku.edu

June 18th
Open to any and all entrants entering 9th-12th grades Check-in @ 12:00 - 1:00PM
Anderson Family Football Complex
Cost: $50
Contact: 7858648203
mcrum@ku.edu

June 20th - June 22nd
High School Teams
Allen Fieldhouse
Cost:
Contact: 7858543056
thoffman@ku.edu

June 22nd
KU Design Camp is a pre-college summer program offered at KU to high school students who are entering their Sophomore, Junior, or Senior year and are interested in Design. Participants live and learn on the University of Kansas' renowned campus, working on studio projects in everything from animation and photography to graphic and transportation design during the day, all supplemented with field trips and social activities in the evenings.
Art and Design Building
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-2950

June 22nd - June 27th
A weeklong intensive learning camp that lets rising high school students explore the fun and challenge of engineering and computing. #engr
Eaton Hall
Cost: 650
Contact: 785-864-3622
studyengineering@ku.edu

June 23rd - June 25th
Ages 9yrs-12yrs For more serious ball players who want specific instructions
Arrocha Ballpark
Cost: $240
Contact: 7858647909

June 23rd
A project based, hands-on curriculum designed by Project Lead The Way will introduce middle school students to the fundamentals of science, technology, engineering and math. Campers work together in a fun, exciting environment using leading-edge technologies to sample such disciplines as robotics, aeronautics and eco-design. They will brainstorm ideas, solve problems and build bridges, race cars and other working models.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
BEST Building 335
Cost: $160
Contact: 913-897-8476
kparfet@ku.edu

June 25th
6th through 12th grade
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu

June 25th
Open to any and all entrants entering 9th-12th grades check-in @ 12:00PM-1:00PM
Anderson Family Football Complex
Cost: $50
Contact: 7858648203
mcrum@ku.edu

June 26th
6th through 12th grade
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu

June 30th
1 coach free with team
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu

July 2nd
1st through 3rd grade
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu

July 11th - July 14th
Boys grades 6-12 Overnight or Commuter Options
Jayhawk Soccer Complex
Cost: $410/$455
Contact: 7854240275
kusoccercamps@ku.edu

July 11th - July 14th
girls grades 4-12 overnight or commuter options
Jayhawk Soccer Complex
Cost: $410/$455
Contact: 7854240275
kusoccercamps@ku.edu

July 13th - July 18th
The KU Jazz Workshop, under the supervision of Dan Gailey, KU Professor and Director of Jazz Studies, is an exciting week of instruction in all aspects of jazz, with special emphasis placed on small group performance. The workshop faculty includes outstanding performers and teachers from around the United States offering personal instruction in jazz improvisation, combos, big band, jazz history, and jazz theory. Student and faculty concerts and jam sessions offer students at all levels the chance to perform and grow in improvisational, small group, and ensemble playing. The workshop is open to students entering 9th - graduating 12th grades.
Murphy Hall
Cost: TBD
Contact: 785-864-9751
musicacademy@ku.edu

July 14th - July 18th
Students at Science & Chinese Language Camp will study the life cycle of the butterfly in Chinese. In addition to butterfly-themed activities, students will learn basic Chinese language terms and phrases. 2014 will focus on the life cycle of the butterfly with additional activities, including age-appropriate research and observation activities. Whether your child is new to Chinese or has studied it before, this camp will teach your child to comprehend and speak Chinese, or improve their current skill level, and will give them the opportunity to explore the natural world of butterflies in Kansas.
Edwards Campus, 12600 Quivira Road, Overland Park
Cost: $99-$199
Contact: 913-897-8613
cikuk@ku.edu

July 15th - July 18th
Girls grades 9-12 Overnight or Commuter Options
Jayhawk Soccer Complex
Cost: $410/$455
Contact: 7854240275
kusoccercamps@ku.edu

July 15th - July 18th
Girls grades 4-12 Overnight of Commuter Options
Jayhawk Soccer Complex
Cost: $410/$455
Contact: 7854240275
kusoccercamps@ku.edu

July 18th - July 20th
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu

July 18th - July 20th
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu

July 20th - July 25th
A weeklong intensive learning camp that lets rising high school students explore the fun and challenge of engineering and computing. #engr
Eaton Hall
Cost: 650
Contact: 785-864-3622
studyengineering@ku.edu

July 21st - July 23rd
6th through 8th Grade 1 coach free with team
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu

July 24th - July 26th
Division I, 15-18 Division II, 13-14
Arrocha Ballpark
Cost:
Contact: 7858647909

July 24th
6th through 12th grade
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu

July 24th - July 27th
New** All Star Cheer Team
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 7856915394
catj@ku.edu


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