2013 Engineering Summer Program, June 16-26
UW College of Engineering & Applied Science
Next Monday marks the beginning of the 2013 Engineering Summer Program. The camp will take place on the UW campus from June 16 – June 22. This is a week-long, residential program for students currently between their junior and senior years of high school, and requires a competitive application process. Students are each placed into two engineering courses for the week. This year’s course topics and instructors include:
- Robotics (Jeff Anderson)
- Atmospheric Investigations (Terry Deshler)
- Computer Electronics (Steve Barrett)
- Computer Science (Allyson Anderson)
- Graphical Communication (Rob Erickson)
- Green Architecture (Tony Denzer)
- Composite Materials (Carl Frick)
- Curves and Concrete (Mark Rehwaldt)
Dr. Jeff Anderson is the program’s director, which is sponsored by the Wyoming Engineering Society, the J. Kenneth and Pat Kennedy Endowment, Paul N. Sherbel, UW Outreach School – Summer Programs, and the UW College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Students attending the program pay a minimal registration fee, with all additional costs of the program (including room and board) being provided by the program’s sponsors.
Students additionally participate in a day-long field trip sponsored by Halliburton.
For additional information please visit: http://www.uwyo.edu/ceas/studentservices/high-school/esp/index.html