This week marked the kickoff of UW CSE’s extensive set of computer science summer day camps for elementary, middle, and high school students.
We hosted a co-ed camp for students entering grades 3-5 for “Scratch Adventures,” and a co-ed camp for students entering grades 10-12 for “Physical Computing.”
During the week of July 7 we’ll again host “Physical Computing.”
During the weeks of July 21 and August 11 we’ll host students entering grades 7-9 for “Building Android Apps.”
During the weeks of July 27 and August 3 we’ll host girls camps using Processing for students entering grades 10-12.
And during the weeks of August 10 and August 17 we’ll host girls camps using Processing for students entering grades 7-9.
Learn more about our summer day camps here.
Learn more about Dawgbytes (“A Taste of CSE”), UW CSE’s broad-based K-12 outreach program, here.