Get a head start on your engineering education! Mizzou Engineering offers a variety of experiences for kindergarten through high school students who are interested in exploring the field and want to experience life as a Mizzou Engineer.
Holiday Programmable Robotics Camp
Cost: $199, includes registration, robot ($129 value) and snacks
Session I: Dec. 27-28; 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Session II: Dec. 27-28; 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Give a gift that will keep on giving! Sign a child up for the Holiday Programmable Robotics Camp! Receive a programmable “mBot Neo” robot to wrap and put under the tree. Children will then bring the robot to the camp to assemble and program it using an easy-to-learn computer language. Select from two sessions on Dec. 27 & 28: Morning session from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.; Afternoon session from 1 – 4 p.m. Recommended for children grades 3-8. No previous experience needed. The cost is $199, which includes the price of the robot ($129 value). Hosted by Mizzou Engineering and the Army Ants FIRST® Robotics team. Seats are limited so register today!
Neural Models & Machine Learning
Receive a hands-on introduction to neuroscience and neural engineering.
Build an Underwater Robot
Build an underwater robot that you will test in a pool on the last day of camp.
Create a Customized Advanced Robot
Create a custom robot using Computer Aided Design and 3D printing, then control it with Scratch or Python programming languages.
Girls Experiencing Environmental Engineering
Learn how you can use environmental engineering to promote sustainability and prevent pollution.
Game Dev Hack
Learn popular methods of development for games, from computer to mobile.
Play detective and use coding and tools to detect cyber attacks. Students will need a personal computer with internet access and software installation privileges.
FLO (Fluid Dynamics Learning Opportunities) Camp
Engage with University of Missouri College of Engineering student organizations and participate in hands-on experiments at FLO Camp, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. A full day, in-person camp, participants will tour state of the art labs involving heat transfer and fluid mechanics while learning about the College of Engineering.