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STEM Summer Academy

A key purpose of the STEM Summer Academy is to inspire interest from female high school students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and to encourage them to choose STEM as their college major since females continue to be unrepresented in many STEM fields. Although many camp activities are designed to inspire interest from females, males are equally encouraged to apply and are eligible to participate in the STEM Summer Academy.

Students and instructors from the STEM Academy stand for a group photo, a large Toyota sign behind them.
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Chemistry

Renewable energy is among the hottest topics today. Learn about the various kinds of renewable energy sources and how places around the world are developing alternatives to fossil-fuel-based energy.

campers programming small robot

Robots

In this computer engineering session, use a graphical user interface to program real-life robotic solutions and learn to use touch, sound and light sensors to program a robot to react to its environment.

Three students in the STEM Summer Academy for Girls pose for a selfie during class.

and More!

This camp allows you to start the program on common ground with students who hold similar interests. Work together to experience STEM fields and hear from STEM professionals.

Contact

Afrin Naz, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Computer Science and Information Systems 
469.222.5027 

Susan Wittman
304.929.1600

Email us:
WVUTechSTEMcamps@mail.wvu.edu