KAMP 2017 --- CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF GOOD ASSOCIATIONS
Members can look forward to special presentations as KAMP 2017 shifts to a Friday through Sunday schedule. The 50th anniversary program will begin Friday evening April 21, continue throughout the day on Saturday, and conclude by Sunday noon April 23.
Regular registration is $165 for both days of KAMP or $95 for one day. Lodging and meals are available for an additional charge of $30 per night and $10 per meal.
March 15 was the last day for "Early Bird" prices.
The program will include dozens of presentations from Kansas teachers as well as talks from nationally known science professionals. (See the list at right.)
Keynote and Other Featured Speakers
Jeff Goldstein: Center Director for National Center for Earth and Space Science Education Institute
Dr. David Crowther: NSTA President-Elect
Mike Weiss: Associate Program Manager, Exploration and Space Communications Division of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center at Greenbelt, Maryland
Rex Buchanan: Retired interim director of Kansas Geological Survey and author of: Roadside Geology of Kansas: A Traveler’s Guide to Its Geology and Landmarks
Steve Barbato: Executive Director of International Technology Engineering Educators Association.
Mike Haddock: Associate Dean KSU and author of Kansas Wildflowers and Weeds
Chuck Otte: Geary County Ag and Natural Resources Agent; officer in Kansas Ornithological Society and editor of The Horned Lark
Matt Miller: Chemistry professor from South Dakota State and the conference chairman for 2017 Chem Ed.
Mike Everhart: Adjunct Curator of Paleontology and Ternberg Museum of Natural History and author of Oceans of Kansas and Sea Monsters; Prehistoric Creatures of the Deep
Rock Springs is located just 18 easy miles south of Junction City on Kansas Highway 177.
Registration for KAMP via the web site has been discontinued, since KAMP began April 21. Registration is still available in person at Heritage Hall.