Texas A&M U To Host High School STEM Summer Camps
Texas A&M University's (TAMU)
Aggie STEM will host four science, technology, engineering and
math camps for students in middle and high school this summer.
In its sixth year, the program's camps are designed to "provide students with technical, and social experiences in STEM education through
real-world project-based learning activities and world-class university experiences with Texas A&M professors actively working in STEM
fields," according to a news release. "These experiences help students develop their problem-solving and teamwork skills as well as providing
insight into the STEM disciplines."
Participating students will attend mini non-credit courses facilitated by university professors in topics such as:
- Construction engineering;
- 3D design;
- Cosmetic chemistry;
- Renewable energy;
- Veterinary science;
- Forensics; and
- PSAT and SAT prep.
Students will also have the opportunity to go on field trips, designed to boost confidence and offer networking opportunities, to places
like Disaster City,
Adamson Lagoon and
More information is available at aggiestem.tamu.edu.
Joshua Bolkan is contributing editor for Campus Technology, THE Journal and STEAM Universe. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.