KAMP 2017 --- CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF GOOD ASSOCIATIONS
Attendance at the 2017 event was well over 100 members as Kamp shifted to a Friday through Sunday schedule. The 50th anniversary program began with a cook-out Friday evening April 21, and continued throughout the day on Saturday,
and concluded Sunday noon. Next year's event is being planned for April 20-22, 2018.
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 2017 Kamp is now history; plans are underway for the 2018 event to be held the third weed on April.
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.