The Food Engineer Adventure summer camp offered in June by Purdue Polytechnic Anderson helped introduce kids to STEM education and career opportunities in the food sector. Participants learned about the food supply chain through hands-on activities, a field trip to a local farm, building an indoor garden, meal budgeting and shopping and a food challenge competition.
Nineteen teenagers participated in a successful robotics STEM camp held by Purdue Polytechnic Columbus especially for Black students.
When COVID-19 made on-campus summer STEM camps impossible for middle-school students to attend in 2020, Purdue Polytechnic’s Anne Lucietto and Nancy Denton teamed with graduate students Brian Tedeschi and Julia Miller to devise “Techie Time,” a virtual five-day STEM camp.
The free Purdue University Cybersecurity Camp will return to Purdue’s West Lafayette campus June 9–14, 2019, for girls entering the ninth through 12th grades.
This summer’s session of “Turned Onto Technology And Leadership” camp hosted 38 students who will be entering 10th and 11th grades this fall.
Forty female high school students from Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky participated in the Purdue University Cybersecurity Camp this week (June 17-22).
The Purdue University Cybersecurity Camp, offered for free to 40 female incoming 9th through 12th grade students, will return to Purdue’s West Lafayette campus June 17–22, 2018. The camp will be the only residential GenCyber student program to be offered in Indiana and surrounding Midwestern states.
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.
High school leaders - class officers, athletes and more - took part in a three-day Summer Leadership Camp offered by Purdue Polytechnic Richmond in June.
Purdue Polytechnic South Bend hosted a week-long camp in June aimed at middle school girls to interest them in STEM subjects.