Dinosaur Excavation and Taphonomic Research Project

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There is one thing even more vital to science than intelligent methods; and that is, the sincere desire to find out the truth, whatever, it may be.    
Charles Sander Pierce



Participation

The Dinosaur Project welcomes a broad cross-section of participants.

A major goal of the project is to learn answers to scientific questions.

But perhaps the most important goal is to provide an educational experience for students, teachers, and other interested people who feel comfortable with a Christian lifestyle and are open to considering ideas of origins other than the traditional evolutionary paradigm.

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only 164 days until the adventure begins again!

 



Any Interested Person


The project welcomes any interested person to experience the opportunity to find and excavate a fossil that has never before been seen by any human. You may come for a day, two days, a week, or any time including the entire four-week season:

Non-credit Participation


College/University Students


Four semester hours of university undergraduate laboratory science credit from Southwestern Adventist University may be earned during the four-week excavation season by any college or university student including those that have just graduated from High School:

Undergraduate Credit

Or any college or university student is welcome to come for non-credit experience for a few days up to the entire four-week excavation season:

Non-credit Participation


High School Juniors and Seniors


There is a special program for interested and qualified High School juniors and seniors (students who have completed their sophomore or junior year but have not yet graduated from High School) to earn four semester hours of university laboratory science from Southwestern Adventist University during the four-week excavation season:

College Credit

Or any motivated and mature high school student is welcome to come for non-credit experience:

Non-credit Participation


Teachers


Elementary, secondary, and university teachers may earn four semester hours of undergraduate university laboratory science from Southwestern Adventist University during the four-week excavation season:

 Undergraduate Credit 

Four semester hours of graduate Education are also available for teachers.

 Graduate Education Credit 

Or any teacher is welcome to come for non-credit experience:

Non-credit Participation


Youth Groups


We have developed a three or four day Dinosaur Mini-Camp experience for groups of young people. We welcome church groups, school groups, and any other group of young people that wish to avail themselves of the opportunity to study nature and do science:

Dinosaur Mini-Camp


 

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