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Students from PItt county visited Centennial Campus for an engineering computer science camp that dealt with AI and robotics. Students coded movement of a small, spherical robot around an obstical course.

Jan 19, 2024

K-12 students from eastern NC explore AI in new camp

The NSF has emphasized a need for more K-12 learning experiences with AI. Through a grant, which runs from 2022-25, NC State researchers will engage with more than 500 students and 20 teachers. 

A floor level photo of a small blue-colored , black-wheeled agricultural robot in use at a summer camp. The floor is white and there are two sets of shoes in the background behind the robot.

Aug 10, 2023

Biological and agricultural engineering summer workshops empower students for the future

Summer is a time of growth and exploration, and for those in the North Carolina State University Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE), this year’s summer was no exception. Working with the College of Engineering, the department organized a series of summer workshops to equip high school students with skills and first-hand experience in specific fields of interest. 

Several photos of young girls participating in summer engineering camp.

Aug 10, 2022

CCEE students introduce young girls to engineering concepts through camp

Four CCEE Ph.D. students — Ana Paula Bona, Jessi Thangjitham, Lina Espinosa and Nancy Ingabire Abayo — and undergraduate student Natalie Hackman set up fun and engaging activities related to civil, construction and environmental engineering to give campers a taste of all that the fields have to offer.  

Jul 15, 2022

Engineering a better summer camp

The department recently hosted a weeklong summer camp for rising juniors and seniors attending high schools across the United States. 

Elementary school campers make furniture from newspapers.

Mar 31, 2022

The Engineering Place’s summer camps invite students back for in-person learning

After two summers hosted virtually, The Engineering Place is welcoming students back for in-person camp experiences this summer. Applications for all programs are now open until April 8, 2022. 

High School students participate in first engineering summer camp at NC State for the visually impaired and blind.

Jul 23, 2015

High school students attending the first NC State engineering summer camp for the visually impaired and blind present their group engineering design capstone project July 24

The Engineering Place in the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University held its first engineering summer camp for high school students with visual impairments or blindness (VIB) this week. 

Mar 6, 2015

Starling discusses new summer camp for visually impaired and blind teenagers on ACB Radio Mainstream

Leyf Starling, program coordinator for The Engineering Place in the College of Engineering at NC State, was interviewed this week by Brian McCallen, producer and host of Speaking Out for the Blind, an American Council of the Blind (ACB) Radio Mainstream show. In the interview, Starling discusses The Engineering Place’s new summer camp program for visually impaired and blind teenagers (VIB).