Adventures in Computer Science Summer Camp

Join us on our adventure as we explore and learn all about Computer Science using an age-appropriate, forensic-themed scenario. Campers will use computer science tools and become investigators working toward solving a crime while in this immersion-based camp! The 2013 Camp is open to students who are entering grades 6, 7, or 8 by the Fall of 2013. No previous computer science or programming expertise is necessary, but campers should be comfortable using a computer. The camp will take an in-depth look at computer science concepts such as programming, cryptography, and robotics, and how they are used every day to make a difference in our world. Using programs such as Python, Alice, and Web design software, students will explore hands-on applications. Students will also participate in a PicoCricket design studio challenge. Activities will be led by the Purdue University computer science K-12 outreach coordinator, other computer science faculty and staff, and K-12 teachers.

Tim Korb
(765) 494-6184
LWSN, 305 N. University St.,West Lafayette, IN 47907
Activity Types
  • P-12 enrichment activities
  • Summer camp
Campus Host
Purdue University Department of Computer Science
Target Audience
Grades 5-6, Grades 7-8
Time(s) Available
June 23-28, 2013
Check-In begins Sunday, June 23, 2013 at 3:00 p.m.; Check-Out is Friday, June 28, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.
$450 for early registration (by June 1, 2013); $475 for space-available registration after June 1, 2013
Registration Required?
Purdue University Department of Computer Science in cooperation with the Department of Computer Science Corporate Partners Program

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