student building a ROV

Contact Marinequest

MarineQuest Main Line

910-962-2640

marinequest@uncw.edu

 

Apply

2015 Application Form

 

Program Information

Cancellation Policy | PDF

 

TechnOcean Brochure

TECHNOcean | PDF

 

 residential information

MarineQuest Airline Information

The MarineQuest staff is more than happy to pick-up and drop-off students at Wilmington International Airport at no cost. An airline request form is required (see above link for more details).

Residential FAQ's

• Linens are provided - DO NOT bring sheets, pillows, and blankets. 

• Laundry facilities are available at no cost - bring detergent

• No electronic equipment (other than cell phones) is allowed.

What to Bring/Wear | PDF

female students operating a wave energy machine in the ocean

MarineQuest Summer Camp boy with wind machine

TECHNOcean: Ages 10-13

Must have completed 4th grade and turn 10 by June 1st  

Join MarineQuest as we explore the exciting fields of marine technology and coastal environmental engineering. Tour the Battleship North Carolina with marine engineers. and discover why gyroscopes are necessary on a ship. Learn how the Army Corps of Engineers help to create artifical reefs out of sunken ships. Assemble and operate working ROVs to explore under water. Engineer a simple hydrophone to listen to the sounds of the sea. Travel by boat to an undeveloped barrier island and learn how scientists use global satellite positioning (GPS) to track ocean animals. Investigate the effectiveness of natural and artificial barriers that engineers use to protect our coastlines. Research the pros and cons of coastal wind energy while building a working wind turbine. This camp is designed to engineer ocean tech fun!

Field excursions include:

  • Boat cruise to an undeveloped barrier island; Explore coastal habitats by kayak; Take field trips to the beach, marsh, fouling communities, Center for Marine Science, Battleship North Carolina, and other marine locations.

Highlights include:

  • Learn how scientists track marine animals through satellite global positioning, use GPS tracking to find simulated animal nesting areas, discover the sounds under the sea as you build your own hydrophone, learn how engineers create artificial reefs. Use waterproof drop cameras to survey the diversity around fouling communities. Participate in boogie board oceanography, shallow water snorkeling and more…

 Program Dates and Tuition

Day of Week:

Sunday / Monday - Friday

Time:

8 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Pick up/final presentation on Friday is at 12:30 p.m.

Residential students must arrive on Sunday at 3 p.m. while commuting students join the program Monday at 8 a.m.

Staff / Child Ratio:

1:10
Location: UNCW Campus - Commuter drop off at Isaac Bear parking lot
Summer 2015 Dates:

Session 1: July 12 - 17

Session 2: July 26 - 31

Commuter Tuition:

$455

Residential Tuition: $770
Gender: Co-ed

 

Program Application & Registration

You must register by 5:00pm the Tuesday before your program is to begin.

Before completing your application, please review the Cancellation Policy | PDFand the expected MarineQuest Student Code of Conduct | PDF.

To complete the teacher recommendation, please have your teacher click here to submit their teacher recommendation.

Please Note: A completed application does not register you for your program. All applications will first be reviewed by the MarineQuest Staff and upon acceptance, you will receive an e-mail explaining the next step in the registration process.

Still have questions? Check out our FAQ page.
• Note that prices, content, dates, and times are subject to change without notice.
• Questions? Call 910.962.2640 or send an e-mail to marinequest@uncw.edu.
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