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Spartan Girls in Engineering Summer Camp

  • Who: 6th-8th graders in Fall 2016
  • When: June 13-17, 2016, 8am-noon
  • What: A program designed to expose students to engineering. They will participate in hands-on activities, learn from engineering faculty and professionals, as well as participate in engaging projects. Engineering makes a difference in our world and plays a key role in every aspect of our lives. Engineers are innovators, designers, researchers and problem solvers.
  • Tentative activities include: Biometrics (Computer Science), Hard drive activity (Computer Engineering), River activity (Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering), Intro to Neuroprostheses (Electrical Engineering), Pavement activity (Civil Engineering), and Intro to Robotics
  • Where: Engineering Building
  • Cost: $175.00
  • REGISTER HERE

Girls in Computing Summer Camp

  • Who: 6th-8th graders in Fall 2016
  • When: June 20-24, 2016, 8am-noon
  • What: Students will be introduced to basic programming concepts. They will have an opportunity to be creative while using problem solving skills. Computers are used everywhere; programming is an essential skill for the future.
  • Where: Engineering Building
  • Cost: $175.00
  • REGISTER HERE

Lady Spartans: Women in Engineering (WIE) Summer Camp (Commuter)

  • Who: 9th-12th graders in Fall 2016
  • When: July 18-21, 2016, 8:30AM - 5:00PM
  • What: This camp is designed to introduce various disciplines of engineering and engage prospective engineering students to role models for their future professional careers. University and lab tours will complement this group-based project camp. Engineers are people who use communication skills, creativity and problem solving skills to dream up, design, improve and build things that matter.
  • Tentative activities include: Nanotechnology (Mechanical Engineering), Biometrics (Computer Science), Hard drive activity (Computer Engineering), River activity (Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering), Intro to Neuroprostheses (Electrical Engineering), Skin Mechanics (Mechanical Engineering), Atomic Molecular Structures (Chemical Engineering and Material Science), and Intro to Robotics
  • Where: Engineering Building
  • Cost: $375
  • REGISTER HERE

Lady Spartans: Women in Engineering (WIE) Summer Camp (Residential)

  • Who: 9th-12th graders in Fall 2016
  • When: July 17-21, 2016
  • Check-in on July 17 between 3:00-4:00pm; check-out on July 21 at 5:00PM, Mason Abbot Hall
  • What: This camp is designed to introduce various disciplines of engineering and engage prospective engineering students to role models for their future professional careers. University and lab tours will complement this group-based project camp. Engineers are people who use communication skills, creativity and problem solving skills to dream up, design, improve and build things that matter.
  • Tentative activities include: Nanotechnology (Mechanical Engineering), Biometrics (Computer Science), Hard drive activity (Computer Engineering), River activity (Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering), Intro to Neuroprostheses (Electrical Engineering), Skin Mechanics (Mechanical Engineering), Atomic Molecular Structures (Chemical Engineering and Material Science), and Intro to Robotics
  • Where: Engineering Building
  • Cost: $750
  • REGISTER HERE