Are you ready for this summer’s Safari Face Camp? University of Victoria psychologist Dr. Jim Tanaka is seeking children ages 5-12 to participate in a research project examining children’s face recognition. Campers will learn about the scientific principles of face recognition by doing fun, hands-on activities, creating their own computer animal morphs and participating in real-live psychology lab experiments. Campers will also demo new computer games currently being developed by our tech team. Face Camp is a FREE , fun, and educational camp for children of all abilities. Face Camp volunteers are composed of UVIC faculty, students, and community professionals. A FREE pizza lunch and snacks will be provided. AND campers will receive a cool Face Camp T-shirt!

To Register for Face Camp email please email Face Camp Parent Liaison Jenna Hatter:


Click here to read what people had to say about previous Face Camps or read the Face Camp article in Uvic's "The Ring" newsletter to learn more.

Last Updated: 05/02/2012