PNW summer camps provide enlightening experiences for young region students

July 2, 2024
Students attend a STEM camp at Gabis

Purdue University Northwest (PNW) has offered more than 20 engaging summer camp programs for K-12 students during summer 2024.

Kids have had opportunities to engage with different themes and activities, including robotics, artificial intelligence, forensics, nursing, environmental sciences, psychology, sports and more.

Recent news coverage from The Times of Northwest Indiana newspaper highlights two of PNW’s summer camps.

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All Girls Robotics Explorer Camp

The All Girls Robotics Explorer Camp, supported by a Lilly Endowment Inc. grant, helped girls interested in STEM education and careers learn the control and coding of industrial robots.
Read the All Girls Robotics Explorer Camp Story

Branching Out: An Outdoor STEM Camp

Branching Out: An Outdoor STEM Camp immersed kids in the various landscapes and environments at Gabis Arboretum at Purdue Northwest to apply observational and analytical skills within the habitats.
Read the Branching Out Camp Story