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Get Involved! - Engineering Activities

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Hour of Code is a global movement by the Computer Science Education Week and Code.org that reaches tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Hour of Code features a one-hour introduction to computer science...

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MiBytes is a series of immersive, hands-on summer camps in computer science for high school students. Each of the four camps offered has been designed by faculty at the University of Michigan with the goal of engaging, educating, and inspiring...

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This summer, your child can explore a top campus, make friends as they master new tech skills, and join a community of more than 275,000 alumni. At iD Tech Camps, students ages 7-17 can learn to code, build websites, design video games,...

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Learning about technology is a lot easier when you’re having fun — and shooting at targets is fun! With this amusement park-style arcade, you’ll fire beams of infrared light instead of projectiles to trigger automated knock-down targets you can...

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Create an AM radio with spiral-wound coil and home-made tuning capacitor.

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Make an LED flashlight using a mint tin.

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Create dancing wire sculptures with homopolar motors.

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Make a simple Solar Cockroach vibrobot out of a 1.5V solar cell and a little vibrating motor.

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Design a Rube Goldberg machine, a complex contraption designed to achieve a simple task. Create a machine that can turn a light off, crush a pop can, drop a bottle in a recycling bin, water a plant, or plant seeds in a pot of soil.

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Squishy Circuits are a great introduction to electronics education.In this project, two different doughs are used as circuit building materials. Because of the playful nature of the dough, this activity is suitible for children of all ages.The...

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Find out what it takes to be a successful engineering student and professional engineer. A series of profiles will help you understand the challenges and rewards you might face.

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