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Gadomski School ofEngineering

Summer Programs

The Gadomski School of Engineering  hosted the following summer programs for middle and high school students in 2017:

2017 FUTURE WOMEN ENGINEERS PROGRAM

For High School Students
June 26-30, 2017
Sponsored by: The STEM Center for Women and Diversity and

Program Description
This summer program was for female high school students. The activities of this summer program included hands-on activities in areas of Civil & Environmental, Chemical & Biochemical, Electrical & Computer, and Mechanical Engineering. The program also included industrial tours and talks by professional women engineers and scientists. 


2017 TRANSPORT PACKAGING SUMMER PROGRAM

For High School Students
Friday, July 14, 2017
Sponsored by: CBU Healthcare Packaging Consortium

Program Description
This one-day transport packaging summer program had 25 spaces available for rising high school freshmen to seniors. A Certificate of Completion was awarded to the participants at the end of the program.

View photos from the 2017 program here.


2017 ASPIRING ENGINEERS WORKSHOP

For High School Students
July 24-27, 2017

Program Description
This summer program was for rising high school freshmen to seniors. Each day of the engineering summer camp included hands-on engineering experiments in an area related to one of the departments of the engineering college, as well as a guest speaker representing the four engineering majors offered at CBU.


2017 NOBOX’S TJ BOT LEVEL 1 INTRO WORKSHOP

Target: Middle and High school, but ANYONE was welcome to attend! 
July 19-21, 2017

Program Description
This workshop was designed for beginners. Students who participated in this workshop gained real world problem solving skills.  At the beginning of the workshop they defined a problem that they solved by the end of the workshop.  Students defined the problem, designed a solution for the problem, implemented their solution, and presented their solution.  They used NoBox’s version of TJ Bot which runs on a Raspberry Pi along with some Python and NodeJs.  Students were able to implement text-to-speech, speech-to-text, conversation analysis and structure, tone analysis, and more!

View photos from the 2017 program here.