The College of Engineering & Applied Science Undergraduate Enrollment Office offers two annual summer camp opportunities:
These one-week day camps allows rising 10th through 12th grade males and rising 9th through 12th grade females to develop creativity skills and will provide the opportunity to meet and speak with working engineers and current engineering students at the University. Students will spend time with different engineering departments on campus and will also visit various corporate engineering plants, such as GE Aviation, Duke Energy, Northrop Grumman Xetron, and Procter & Gamble, to meet professional engineers. These experiences will allow students to learn about the breadth and variety of engineering fields and complete hands-on projects to better understand engineering concepts and teamwork. Question and answer sessions will allow students to gather advice from current engineering professionals who are the innovative designers and problem solvers of today’s society. Throughout the week, attendees will also take part in sessions to learn about college preparation, approaches to teamwork, professional development, and more.
Thank you for your interest in the CEAS summer camp. The application deadline for the 2016 camps has passed and additional submissions cannot be accepted. Applicants who submitted their materials by the priority deadline of February 19th will be notified of the status of their application by March 4, 2016.”
You can find out more about the camps at the following links:
Men in Engineering and Applied Science Summer Camp – Hosted the week of July 25-29, 2016
Women in Engineering and Applied Science Summer Camp – Hosted the week of July 18-22, 2016
CEAS Electrical and Computing Systems offers the following opportunities:
The CEAS Electrical and Computing Systems department offers a Computer Science focused Summer camp. The Computer Science Summer Camp is a two week day camp for high school students in grades 9-12. The camp will teach problem solving using computing environments. Hands-on experience with writing programs to solve these problems will be a major activity during the camp. Most of the activities will be in the setting of a computer laboratory. Different levels of material will be offered based on students' preparedness.