STEM Summer Camp @ USMSM for Future Problem Solvers

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The A. James Clark School of Engineering of the University of Maryland at College Park is hosting a free summer camp program at the University System of Maryland at Southern Maryland (USMSM). The program is designed for high-school students who are interested in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields of study. It will combine classroom and experiential work in mechanical and electrical engineering, electronics, and coding. It will teach engineering and math skills, as well as collaboration and teamwork, and will aim at developing these diverse skills to solve problems and encourage innovation.

Summary of program activities:
• Creating your imagination with 3D printing
• Fun with Arduino (electronics, sensors, IoT, robotics)
• Learning autonomy with the TI-RSLK (Robotic System Learning Kit)
When: August 8-12, 2022
Where: Southern Maryland Autonomous Research and Technology (SMART) Building
University System of Maryland at Southern Maryland
44219 Airport Road, California, Maryland 20619
Admission fee: Free
Application deadline: August 2, 2022
Send application to: Dr. Danilo Romero

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