Latino students explore robotics in Columbus summer camp

A group of 30 students attending an annual Purdue Polytechnic Columbus summer camp were immersed in robotics for 15 hours over the course of a week. The camp provides a way to immerse students aged 8 to 14 in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, according to Joe Fuehne, director of Purdue Polytechnic Columbus.

For 2017, Fuehne partnered with IT Robotics, which recently opened in North Vernon, to offer the camp at no cost for Latino students.

See the full article in The Republic.

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