06/08/2020 - 06/19/2020
Location: Fort Collins, Within 60 Miles
Researching Her World is one of the three summer camps hosted by Colorado State University’s (CSU) Mechanical Engineering Department and is a two-week-long, full-day summer camp held at CSU’s state-of-the-art research facilities. Researching Her World introduces young women to exciting engineering career pathways. Rotations through diverse, interdisciplinary laboratories will introduce participants to various engineering fields through comprehensive research projects. These projects, guided by faculty and graduate student mentors at each laboratory, will take participants through research methods to design, build, test, and analyze solutions to relevant and modern engineering challenges. This camp will not only introduce young women to engineering career opportunities but also empower them to pursue advanced STEM educations.
Open to rising 11th and 12th graders, aged 16-18
High School Students
Larger/encompassing several smaller opportunities
Larger Program Details:
This is one of three summer camps being hosted by the Department of Engineering. The other two are Engineering Your World, and Engineering Her World
Instructional Delivery Methods:
Camps, Inquiry/hands-on, Mentoring
Description of Fees:
New members of the target population(s) can get involved / participate in the program.
CSU at National Western Center Theme:
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Alex GraubergerCamp CoordinatorMechanical Engineering
(970) 520-5865 Email Alex Grauberger