Jessica Blackburn
Arkansas State University


Monday June 16, 2014 at 1:00 PM CDT
Friday June 20, 2014 at 5:00 PM CDT

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A-State Computer Science & Math
2405 Quapaw Trail
Room 203
Jonesboro, AR 72401

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One application per student must be submitted.  If you have already filled out the application, you do not need to fill it out again. Thank you.

Robotics I

For the first time Robotic Campers. This summer's robotic camp will offer students the opportunity to learn how to construct robotic devices and then program them to carry out tasks. The camp will introduce students to the topic of computer science through its relation to robotics. Robots will be designed to perform both with human guidance and autonomously. Robots may be built to "see" a black line on white paper, "hear" the clap of hands, or "feel" the pres-ence of an obstacle in their path. The camp will nicely complement the annual Crowley's Ridge BEST Robotics program offered for areas sixth to twelfth grade students each fall.

 Where: A-State Computer Science & Math, Room 203

When: June 16th-20th

Time: 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Grades: 6th-12th

Cost: $175.00

Camp Leader: Ed Hammerhand   

**A Summer Camp Academy Application MUST be filled out for each student participating in any Summer Camp Academy Camp. You only have to fill out this form once.

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*Don't forget to ask about A-State Student & Employee discounts*


Certain risks of personal physical injury, property damage or other losses exist with respect to participation in camps/clinics/workshops, etc. at ASUJ. Participants must assume all risks of any such personal injuries, property damages, or other losses that participant may sustain as a result of participation in said events. Arkansas State University does not assume responsibility for payment of ambulance services, emergency room fees, prescriptions, or any other medical treatment.

This activity is a non-academic, non-degree seeking workshop offered as a community outreach initiative and is not affiliated with the university’s degree credit programs.