Science & Tech

VISION: A Glimpse at Purdue and the College of Technology

March 23-25, 2016 | Grade 11 | $125

Attend classes, meet with faculty and get the chance to ask questions during special breakout sessions with technology students during this unique look at Purdue's College of Technology.

Clinical Applications for future Medical Professionals (CAMP)

July 25-27, 2016 | Grades 11 and 12 | $200

You will experience health sciences and medical school projects such as heart dissections, medical simulations, and exercise science. The Purdue University College of Health and Human Sciences and the Indiana University School of Medicine-West Lafayette have partnered to present this unique collaborative event. 

Science Scape

June 2016 — Dates vary by camp | Girls | Grades 7, 8, 9 | $400

Gain a better understanding of the many available science careers with inspiring and challenging hands-on labs and activities.


Purdue Agribusiness Science Academy Summer Institutes 2016

June 8-10 | Science Teachers | Free (CEU available)
July 10-23 | Grades rising 10, 11, and 12| $300 (scholarships available)

PASA Summer Institute is offering a unique, on-campus or day visit learning opportunity that will provide high quality professional development for 8th-11th Science Teachers. The academy will bring teachers together to experience recent updates in plant, food, and biological sciences and to promote interactions among Teachers and Purdue Scientist.
PASA Summer Institute is a two-week residential program targeted towards developing science students in the STEM areas as it relates to agriculture. The program will have engagement in laboratory experiments, hands-on work at Purdue Research facilities, with tours and visits to local and global industries.


Pre-College Molecular Agriculture Summer Institute

June 12-18, 2016 | Grades 10 and 11 | Free

Pre-College MASI is a one-week residential program targeted towards developing student leaders in the STEM areas as it relates to molecular agriculture. The program will have extensive engagement in laboratory experiments, hands-on work at Purdue Research facilities, and tours and visits to industry. 


ID Tech Camps

June & July 2016 — Dates vary by camp | Ages 8-17 | $799-$1,518

Come experience a variety of cutting-edge courses that strike the right balance between essential technology education and off-computer activities. Learn about video game design, app development, video editing and more.


Turned Onto Technology and Leadership (TOTAL)

June 12-16, 2016 | Grades 7 & 8 | 

Check out this immersive college life experience to learn more about career opportunities in technology and which high school courses in math, science and English are needed to better prepare for college and the College of Technology.

Maurice Williams 765-494-2331

Duke Energy Academy at Purdue

June 19-25, 2016 | Grades 11 and 12 (Junior and Senior) | Free

The Duke Energy Academy at Purdue University is an immersive program for high-achieving high school juniors and seniors, and secondary science teachers. During the week-long course on STEM-related energy topics, participants will be provided with resources and incentives to inspire both students and teachers in sustainable energy solutions. The program is free to all participants.

Energy Center, Discovery Park: 765-494-1610;


Technology Expanding All Minds (TEAM)

June 26-30, 2016 | Grades 8-11 | $275

An extension of the TOTAL camp for students grades8-11.

Jessica Taylor 765-796-0096


Technology Advances Girl Scouts (TAGS)

July 18-21, 2016 | Girls | Grades 6, 7, 8 | $300

Explore the exciting world of technology with hands-on activities and faculty-led tours of each of the nine technology areas including aviation, computer graphics technology and mechanical engineering technology.

Jessica Taylor 765-796-0096


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