Summer at SAU for Engineers


Race Into Engineering
Students aged 9-11 learned physics concepts and designed and built their own CO2 dragster to race.

Robotics Camp
Students aged 8-10 worked to build and program LEGO Mindstorms to complete missions and compete in a week-long camp.

Engineering Boot Camp
Throughout the 5-day camp, high school students applied engineering concepts to design, build, and present a contraption for competition, networked with engineers, and experienced the campus of St. Ambrose.

Young Engineers

Summer 2018

Three camps this past summer – Race Into Engineering, Robotics Camp, and Engineering Boot Camp – brought elementary, junior high, and high school students to campus to learn about engineering and robotics.

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