Building Robots for Fun and Profit Summer Camp, 1 day camp, 9th - 12th graders

This one-day camp will introduce K12 students to the world of robotics. Robots, i.e., programmable machines, can assist humans or mimic human actions. Robots are used in many real-life use cases such as manufacturing plants, healthcare, home automation, agriculture, space explorations, to name but a few. In this camp, we will build tiny, modular robots using the "Cubelets" robot framework (https://modrobotics.com). The Cubelets platform is a National Science Foundation (NSF)-supported initiative to teach robotics for the K12 students. In particular, our camp sessions will: (a) start with an overview of the robots and robotics, (b) introduce the students to the Cubelet modular robots, and (c) provide background on computing and programming the robots. The students will work in a group and build and program their robots using a graphical programming interface (called Cubelets Console). The camp will introduce the students to computing, programming, and robotics, develop critical thinking skills, and improve their team-building capabilities. We intend that the activities in this camp will motivate children to learn science, technology, engineering, and math.

Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be made in writing. A $20.00 administrative fee will be assessed on all cancellations. Requests for refunds must be submitted to the Office of University Conferences no later than two weeks prior to the start of the camp. No refunds will be given after that date unless your camper has an illness.  In the event of a camper illness, we urge you to keep your camper at home. If this occurs, you will receive a full refund minus the $20.00 administrative fee. 

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