FTC teams (Grades 7-12) are responsible for designing, building and programming their robots to compete against other teams.
SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program that provides students an opportunity to learn about STEM while building an ROV. Students learn engineering concepts, problem solving, teamwork, and technical applications.
This is a dual-enrolled summer course focused on mechanical and electrical engineering of alternative energy vehicles. Students will work with automotive industry partners and the College of Business students to develop a marketing plan.
The Female Empowerment and Mentoring in STEM program is open to all female students interested in learning about the opportunities available in all areas of STEM including: engineering, medicine, and micro-biology. Sponsored by female graduate students, participants will be able to listen to female professionals share their experiences in their respective fields.