Biodiversity and Field Science

Cedar Point Biological Station; Ogallala, NE

June 7-13, 2020

 

Cedar Point Biological Station

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This camp is intended for high school students to explore and develop an understanding of biodiversity. 

Cedar Point Biological Station (CPBS) is the University of Nebraska's field research facility and experiential classroom in western Nebraska, 10 miles north of the town of Ogallala. CPBS is located at the east end of Lake McConaughy, a 25 mile long man-made lake. The field station sits in the heart of western high plains near the juncture of tall grass and short grass prairie and on the southern edge of the Sandhills and the North Platte River valley. CPBS has comfortable housing and dining facilities, research labs, an air conditioned library and two classrooms.

This camp is lead by Dr. Bill Glider, Professor from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 

For more about CPBS visit http://cedarpoint.unl.edu

Summer Camps: Essential Information

Campers

Residential housing and commuter options available

Who's Eligible?

Open to students entering 9th-12th grades.  

Camp Fee

Camp fee is $250.  Financial scholarships are available!

Applications

Space is limited to 16 campers.

Camp Schedule

Campers check in on Sunday 1:00-5:00PM (Mountain Daylight Time). Campers check-out Saturday between 9:00AM-12:00PM (Mountain Daylight Time). 

Housing

Cedar Point Biological Station is not a traditional campus and living accommodations are very rustic compared to college dorms. Students will be staying in cabins.

Extracurriculars

Enjoy field trips, canoeing, fishing, and hiking. Make smores by the fire and be amazed by the view of the stars.