Georgia Tech’s Underwater Robotics Summer Camp for Rising 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th graders Starts July 28 in Savannah
For Immediate Release
(SAVANNAH, GA – May 29, 2014) Dive into summer with the Underwater Robotics Camp, hosted by Georgia Tech-Savannah.
This week-long camp is scheduled for Monday, July 28 through Friday August 1, 2014.
Students in grades rising 6, 7, 8, and 9 are welcome to participate at the Georgia Tech Savannah campus for a week long immersion in underwater robotics and learning.
This highly-specialized camp is offered in conjunction with Dr. Fumin Zhang, Associate Professor, School of ECE, Georgia Institute of Technology, Dr. Carolyn Perry, program director for Georgia Tech’s Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) and Georgia Institute of Technology’s doctoral student, Carol Young , who also graduated from Savannah Country Day School in 2006.
Students will understand remote operated vehicle (ROV) principles, use
underwater cameras to investigate underwater, and test their skills in the open air freshwater pond.
Box lunch included daily.
CAMP COST: $200
Parent drop off begins at 8 am, Camp programming begins at 9 am.
Parent pick up begins at 3 pm and ends at 4 pm. There will be no extended day services.
On Friday, August 1 at 2pm, the parents and friends are invited to watch the Underwater Robotics Showcase Event starting at 2pm.
LOCATION OF CAMP
Georgia Tech Savannah
210 Technology Circle
Savannah, Georgia 31407
The Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing(CEISMC) (pronounced like “seismic”) is a partnership uniting the Georgia Institute of Technology with educational groups, schools, corporations, and opinion leaders throughout the state of Georgia .
CEISMC ensures that K-12 students in Georgia receive the best possible preparation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) as they seek their place in the modern world.
CEISMC is dedicated to the enhancement of STEM education in the schools based on the enormous scholarly accomplishments of GT faculty. CEISMC advocates and participates in efforts for systemic changes that lead to improved appreciation and performance in STEM for all students at the level of K-12, especially those under-represented in STEM education, and to disseminate best practices to districts and through scholarly works. https://www.ceismc.gatech.edu/about-ceismc
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