STEM Summer Camp for Future Problem Solvers
The A. James Clark School of Engineering of the University of Maryland at College Park, with financial support from SOMD 2030, is hosting a free summer camp program at the University System of Maryland at Southern Maryland (USMSM). The program is open to high-school students who are interested in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields of study. It will provide a venue for students to learn mechanical design, 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.
- 3D printing
- Mechanical testing with wind tunnel
- Building electronic circuits
- Coding (C, Python, MIT App Inventor, ChatGPT)
- Controlling machines with microcontrollers